Surface Coatings Association New Zealand
Sometimes we come across someone who has a fascinating story to tell. Phillipa Durkin is just one of those people!
Phillipa is a private conservator based in Wellington and a member of the NZ Conservators of Cultural Materials. With her experience and knowledge in conserving paper, parchment and photos, she went on an exhibition in Antarctica to work on objects at Shackleton's Hut.
On Friday, 30 September, Phillipa will join us at La Bella Italia for a talk about the objects she worked with, Shackleton's hut and the experience of wintering over in Antarctica.
Please register to join us for this fantastic talk. We will start with a light lunch and listen to Phillipa, with time for questions.
Phillipa Durkin studied Conservation at Camberwell College of Art in London while on her O.E. Graduating with a B.A Hons she complemented this training with internships at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The National Maritime Museum, London and The Conservation Center, National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside. Returning to New Zealand to take up a position of paper conservator at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, which she held for seventeen years. Now in private practice, sharing her knowledge and care of objects, art and family archives.
Phone: +64 (9) 910-0142
P O Box 20145
Glen Eden, Auckland 0641