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Annelies Cosaert

Getty Conservation Institute
Conservator
Brussels Area, Belgium
Annelies, a native of Belgium, received her Master’s degree in Conservation and Restoration with honors from the University of Antwerp in 2014. Although her initial area of specialty was glass, metals, ceramics and archeological objects, she developed a strong interest in preventive conservation. A series of short internships during her university training led to a post-graduate internship at the Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage (KIK/IRPA) where she was employed in the department of preventive conservation. At KIK/IRPA she gained experience in climate monitoring and analysis, condition reporting, and advising on the care of mixed collections. Her post-graduate internship was followed by employment at the Castle of Gaasbeek, the Museum of the Flemish Government, where she gained further practical experience in preventive conservation, including specifying conditions for new storage areas, packing and transporting art objects for exhibition, and training museum staff. Over the past year, she worked at Studio Wim Delvoye, where she implemented a new database system and had collection management responsibilities for the digital and physical archives.
Currently Annelies has joined the Collections Department as a GCI Professional Fellow, working on the Managing Collection Environments Initiative. Over the course of the next three years, Annelies will participate in the development of a number of MCE courses and workshops as well as in MCE field activities.
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