Cari Ensio holds an M.A. in art conservation, specializing in artefacts, from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, and an M.A. in museum and gallery studies from the University of St Andrews in St Andrews, Scotland. In 2009, she was nominated for the Canadian Association for Conservation (CAC-ACCR) Emerging Conservator Award. She has experience working and volunteering in a number of museums and conservation labs both in Canada and abroad, including the National Gallery in Ottawa, the McCord Museum in Montreal, the Anna Leonowens Gallery in Halifax, the National Museum of Iceland in Reykjavik, the St Andrews Museum in Scotland, the Otago Museum in Dunedin, New Zealand, and the South African Institute for Objects Conservation in South Africa. She is particularly interested in the unique challenges facing smaller museums. Cari resides in Sutton, Quebec, and currently serves as a director at the Brome County Historical Society Museum in Knowlton, Quebec.
Region:Eastern Townships and Montérégie
Topic(s):Art conservation; Exhibitions / displays development and design; Conservation of artefacts; Preventative conservation in collections.