Master of Cultural Materials Conservation

  • CRICOS code: 061638A

Where will this take me?


On graduation from the Master of Cultural Materials Conservation, you will be ready for work in professional fields including:

  • Attribution and technical studies
  • Material, treatment and scientific studies of collections
  • Documentation cultures to conserve new media and digital content
  • The cultural record and managing change in the Asia Pacific region
  • Distributed indigenous, regional and community collections

Graduates are employed in world-renowned organisations including:

  • Artlab Australia
  • Museums and Art gallery of the Northern Territory
  • Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
  • State Library of Victoria
  • Bali Office for Cultural Heritage Conservation, Indonesia