About Angelica Isa Adaniya

Angélica Isa Adaniya completed her MA studies in Conservation of Archaeological and Museum objects at the University of Durham (UK) in 2015. For several years, she worked for the Pachacamac Museum (Ministry of Culture of Peru) in Lima, Peru. She volunteers as the Vice Chair of the Talent and Participation Committee for the International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC). She is also engaged with The Research Center for Heritage Conservation in Lima. One of Angélica’s primary interests is sharing information about museum conservation with the wider public through a small website where she publishes articles, guides, and courses for non-specialists and students. She has an active social media presence promoting the wider visibility of heritage conservation on Twitter, Reddit and Linkedin with a new Instagram account in the works.

Entries by Angelica Isa Adaniya

Preparing for the unexpected: the value of real-time environmental monitoring

An effective environmental monitoring program is about more than measuring the environment. There are many challenges that need to be overcome to properly protect a collection: Staff may not be available for full-time monitoring Storage locations may be many and far apart Facilities teams and conservation teams may not have regular communications Collections staff may […]

Conserv Welcomes Dave Masom

The team at Conserv is growing! This week we are introducing: Dave Masom. He is our new Chief Product Officer. Before joining Conserv, Dave worked for seven years at Pack Health, where he oversaw Product Management, Product Design, and Analytics as VP of Product. Dave has also worked as a consultant in the social enterprise […]

Conserv Welcomes Yadin Larochette

This week we are introducing Yadin Larochette, who is taking on the new role of president to help lead Conserv as we grow and continue to support the heritage preservation community. Before joining our team, she worked for nearly 10 years at Tru Vue, Inc., initially as a consultant to help expand their market in […]

Conserv Welcomes Allison Lewis

The team at Conserv is growing! This week we are introducing: Allison Lewis. She is our new Conservation Liaison and an objects conservator. Before joining Conserv, Allison worked for seven years at the Oakland Museum of California, where she cared for fine art, natural science, and historical collections. Allison has also worked on multiple archaeological […]

Using Fiji software for cultural heritage analysis

In this series of blogs we share the webinars organised by ConCode. Conserv is a sponsor of ConCode and our very own Melissa King is one of its founding members. Find more about our partnerships here. What is ConCode? ConCode is a community of coders that work in the cultural heritage field and find each other […]

#AskAConservator Day – Conserv style!

What is #AskAConservator Day? The American Institute for Conservation (AIC) encourages a social media campaign using the hashtag #AskAConservator Day every year on November. Why November? #AskAConservator Day commemorates the flooding in Florence, Italy on November 4th, 1966. This flood was so severe, it caused damage to priceless buildings and items of cultural heritage. Fortunately, many […]