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Eugenie Milroy

AM Art Conservation LLC
Conservator
Cold Spring, NY
Eugenie Milroy is a Professional Associate member of the American Institute for Conservation with over 20 years of museum and conservation experience. She has held positions at the American Museum of Natural History, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and worked with private clients for over 10 years before co-founding A.M. Art Conservation in 2009. Eugenie’s conservation treatment experience ranges from archaeological and ethnographic to modern collections. Eugenie studied art conservation and art history at New York University’s Conservation Center/Institute of Fine Arts and, after completing her conservation internship at the Cloisters branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in June 1999, she completed a fellowship in the Anthropology department of the American Museum of Natural History where she continued to work until June 2004. She has worked as an on-site conservator at archaeological excavations in Mochlos, Crete and at Poggio Civitate, (Murlo) Italy. She carried out student internships at New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) and the National Park Service among other institutions. Eugenie received her B.A. in Art History from Barnard College, Columbia University. Eugenie is also involved with New York City’s Alliance for Response group, which connects emergency responders with representatives of the cultural heritage community to strengthen disaster mitigation and response capabilities.