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HKI welcomes 3 new interns

last modified Oct 12, 2016 03:03 PM

The Hamilton Kerr Institute is delighted to welcome Ms Jae Youn Chun, Ms Lieve d’Hont and Ms Emma Jansson,  who will join the Institute's prestigious Internship Programme for the academic year 2016-2017.

Jae Youn Chung

 

Ms Jae Youn Chun graduated from the Post-graduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings at The Courtauld Institute in London in July 2016. 

She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Painting Art History, Ceramic Arts, and Professional English from Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea. 

Lieve d'Hont

 

Ms Lieve d’Hont graduated with a Professional Doctorate in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage from the University of Amsterdam in July 2015.

She also has a Master of Arts in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage from the University of Amsterdam and a Bachelor of Arts in History of Art from the University of Utrecht.

Emma Jansson

 

Ms Emma Jansson graduated from the Post-graduate Diploma in the Conservation of Easel Paintings at The Courtauld Institute in London in July 2016. 

She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Japanese Studies and History of Art/Archaeology from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. 

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