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Ellen J. Pearlstein

University of Los Angeles, California
Associate Professor, Information Studies and the UCLA/Getty Program in the Conservation of Ethnographic and Archaeological Materials
Los Angeles
Ellen Pearlstein has an MA in art history and archaeology from Columbia University, USA; and an Advanced Certificate in conservation from the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, USA, specializing in archaeological and ethnographic objects. Ellen was the first L.W. Frohlich Fellow in objects conservation, Metropolitan Museum of Art, USA, in 1982-1983, studying fatty patinas on African wood sculpture. She was senior objects conservator at the Brooklyn Museum, USA, from 1983 to 2005 and adjunct professor at the Conservation Center, USA, from 1991 to 2005, and teaches conservation classes in the United States and abroad, including locations such as Egypt and the Netherlands. Ellen is a Fellow in the American Institute for Conservation. She is currently an associate professor at UCLA, in Los Angeles, California. Her research interests include American Indian tribal museums and how museum staff defines cultural preservation; effects of environmental agents on ethnographic and natural history materials; introducing context into cultural materials' conservation education; and curriculum development.
Thursday, May 29
 

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Friday, May 30
 

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Saturday, May 31
 

7:30am

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