Moya Dumville

Paper Conservator and Risk Analysis Advisor at Protect Heritage

Moya Dumville is a Paper Conservator and Risk Analysis Advisor at Protect Heritage. She studied chemistry and art history and earned a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of King’s College in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She completed a Master’s Degree in Art Conservation at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario in 2012. Moya has worked at the Northeast Document Conservation Center in Andover, Massachusetts, and in Saint John, New Brunswick on the Conservation Award-winning Miller Britain Mural Cartoons Project. She spent 5 years working with West Lake Conservators in Skaneateles, NY, before returning to Kingston to join Protect Heritage. She has presented her research at the American Institute for Conservation and the Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property. She works with local heritage societies offering guidance on storage, housing and handling of collections She is a board member of Heritage Kingston and the Kingston Community Garden and Food Forest.

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