Katy Lithgow

Head Conservator
National Trust

Katy Lithgow has a BA Hons in Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Art from Cambridge, and the Postgraduate Diploma in Wall Paintings Conservation from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, where she taught following an internship at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She joined the National Trust in 1991 as a preventive conservator, specializing in storage and protecting collections during building works. In 1995 she became the Trust’s Wall Painting Conservation Adviser and in 2002 Conservation Advisers Manager, before being appointed Head Conservator in 2005. She has published and lectured on wall painting conservation, preventive conservation, conservation management, interpretation in conservation, heritage science and sustainability. Katy is an Accredited Conservator-Restorer (ACR), a Fellow of the International Institute of Conservation (FIIC), Chair of the PACR scheme’s Accreditation Committee, and a Trustee of the National Heritage Science Forum.

Katy Lithgow will be speaking at:

TD3 Case studies & plenary: What is stopping us doing this properly?

21/11/2017 11:35 - 12:30

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