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Seated student cleaning paintingStudents and interns who have studied at the Hamilton Kerr Institute usually progress on to assume roles as Conservators for Museums, Galleries, private restoration studios and other collections. A number of former students and interns are currently employed in the following institutions:

Students

  • Conservation Centre, Liverpool
  • Courtauld Institute, London
  • English Heritage
  • Hamilton Kerr Institute, Cambridge
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • National Gallery Scientific Department, London
  • National Gallery Conservation Department, London
  • National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh
  • Royal Collection Conservation Studio, Windsor
  • Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Brussels
  • Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
  • Tate
  • Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
  • Yale University Art Gallery, Yale
  • Yale, Centre for British Art

Interns

  • National Gallery, London
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • National Gallery of Wales, Cardiff
  • Tate, London
  • National Trust
  • Instituut Collectie Nederland, Amsterdam
  • INTACH, India
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
  • Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, University of Melbourne
  • Museum of Art, Baltimore
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Dresden
  • Mauritshuis, the Hague
  • University of Amsterdam
  • Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles
  • Menil Collection, Houston
  • Royal Museum, Antwerp
  • Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, Cologne
  • High Museum of Art, Atlanta
  • Museum of National Antiquities, Oslo
  • Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem
  • Museum of Art, Bergen
  • Royal Collection Conservation Studio, Windsor
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Celebration of Mary Kempski's Retirement

Apr 23, 2018

Alumni of the HKI, along with painting conservation practitioners gathered at the Hamilton Kerr Institute on Friday 20th April to celebrate Mary Kempski’s retirement.

Praise for Spike Bucklow's 'Red'

Feb 09, 2018

Spike Bucklow's "Red" was placed on the American Library Association's prestigious 'Choice List' of Outstanding Academic Publications, 2017. A review in the Burlington Magazine (CLIX, 2017, p. 737) said it was ‘written by a research scientist but with the flair of a biographer’

Artists before Columbus: new research on the Caribbean’s largest concentration of indigenous pre-Columbian rock art

Oct 30, 2017

Published by the Journal of Archaeological Science on 30 October, the paper reveals key discoveries such as the first direct rock art dates in the Caribbean, how pre-Columbian rock-art was made and their paint recipes.

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