I'm a Professional Member of the Australian Institute  for the Conservation of Cultural Materials (PMAICCM), and my qualifications, awards and memberships are listed below.

Master of Arts (by research), First Class Honours, University of Melbourne, 2011

Advanced internship in the conservation of easel paintings, Hamilton Kerr Institute, University of Cambridge, 2003-5

Bachelor of Applied Science in the Conservation of Cultural Materials (Paintings), University of Canberra, 1998

I've been awarded numerous prestigious scholarships for education and research, including:

Norman Macgeorge Travelling Scholarship recipient 2020

Australian Government Research Training Scholarship for Doctoral studies, 2018-current

Gordon Darling Foundation Travel Grant recipient 2008

Ian Potter Foundation Travel and Conference Grant recipient 2008

Finalist for the South Australian Young Achiever Awards 2004

Winner of the Ruth Tuck Visual Arts Scholarship 2003/2004

Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship recipient 2003-5

Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant recipient 2003

Member of the International Council of Museums​ (ICOM)

Member of the National Association for Visual Arts (NAVA)

Catherine Nunn Art Restoration is fully insured for professional indemnity and public liability.

All treatments are undertaken in accordance with the

Australian Institute for Conservation of Cultural Materials (AICCM) Code of Ethics and Code of Practice.

Education, Awards and Memberships

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Images courtesy The Hamilton Kerr Institute, The National Trust (Felbrigg Hall and Upton Park) and The Victoria and Albert Museum.