Hamilton, ON, Canada
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 is a Community Board Member for Conserv and Website Coordinator for Art Bio Matters. She currently 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 associated 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 Instagram, Twitter, and Linkedin.