Objects Conservation Fellow
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M.S., New York University
M.A., New York University
B.A., University of Delaware
Adrienne Gendron (she/her) is an objects conservator with interests in organic materials as well as issues around ethical decision-making. Her research focus is on expanding traditional materials-based approaches to conservation practice through values-based and people-centric frameworks. She is also passionate about health and safety in the museum setting, including developing safe strategies for working with hazardous materials in museum collections.
Carrlee, Ellen, Amy Tjiong, and Adrienne Gendron. “Reflections on Authority in the Conservation of Indigenous Objects in Museums.” In Prioritizing People in Ethical Decision-Making and Caring for Cultural Heritage Collections, ed. Nina Owczarek. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2023.