The Princeton University Art Museum seeks an experienced, engaged, and innovative Objects Conservator who thrives in a collaborative and goal-oriented environment. Reporting to the Chief Conservator, and working in close coordination with the Director and the Associate Director, the Objects Conservator will help shape our program to conserve three-dimensional objects, in alignment with the Museum’s priorities. Three-dimensional objects have been a part of our collection since our founding in the 18th century. The collections include stone, terracotta, wood, polychrome surfaces, ivory; modern materials; and materials originating from the ancient Mediterranean, Egypt and Africa, Asia, Americas, and Europe. Greek vase-painting and Roman sculpture are strengths as well as objects fro
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