The Role The Director of Conservation is responsible for the care and treatment of the Menil's collection with advanced knowledge of profession-wide ethics, principles, and methods used in the conservation, preservation, and restoration of cultural heritage. The Director of Conservation occupies a vital role in institutional initiatives and research projects and provides strategic and administrative leadership for the department. The Director of Conservation supervises a staff of trained conservators and related professionals for a broad range of activities, including conservation assessment and treatment of the collection, support for ambitious exhibition and loan programs, collections research projects, disaster planning and response, and environmental
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