Tea Ghigo holds a first class degree in conservation of cultural heritage from the University of Turin, and an MA on Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage from the University of Genoa. During her second degree Tea developed an interdisciplinary approach to conservation and began to carry out scientific research on the deterioration processes of organic and inorganic materials. During her last year of study, Tea undertook an internship in the Instituto Valenciano para la conservación y restauración (IVACOR) and acquired more skills related to the study and technical analysis of materials.
While at ICCROM, Tea will help update ICCROM’s conservation literature survey online tool (http://www.iccrom.org/conservation-literature-2/, support research on an in-depth review of preventive conservation literature, and assist the pilot data collection for conservation training opportunities worldwide.
Member State represented: Italy