Arianne gained an MA in Principles of Conservation from UCL and an MSc in Conservation Studies from UCL Qatar. Her interests lie in the conservation of ethnographic and modern and contemporary art collections, as well as materials science. Since graduating in 2016 she has held several conservation positions in the Middle East. She is currently employed as a Consultant Objects Conservator at the National Museum of Qatar.
Graduating with a BA (Hons) and MA in object conservation from the University of Lincoln, Rebecca is currently undertaking an 18 month Clothworkers' Foundation internship at the Pitt Rivers museum. In this role she is conserving, curating and re-displaying the collections housed in publicly accessible drawers. Previously, she has conserved an Anglo-Saxon skeleton for a new gallery development at The Oxfordshire Museum, cared for the historic environment at Belton House (National Trust) and worked as a freelance conservator.
Riva finished her MA degree in Conservation of Archaeological and Museum Objects at Durham University in 2020, for which she did an 8-month placement at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter. Currently, she is working as a freelance conservator at the Dorset County Museum, supporting its redevelopment program. Her interests include working on archaeological and social history collections, ceramics, glass, and conservation outreach programs.