Art authentication and significance assessment as a tool in preservation and collection management
Conservation analysis for Art History
Conservation policy development
Cultural Materials Collections, development and policy
Cultural Materials Collections, philosophies and access
Cultural Materials Conservation
Indigenous collections (The Leonhard Adam Collection at the University of Melbourne)
Indigenous knowledge and cultural material culture
Materials and techniques of Australian artists
Scientific analysis of artwork
The Australian Synchrotron in Cultural Materials Analysis
Professor Robyn Sloggett AM holds the Cripps Foundations Chair in Cultural Materials Conservation and is Director of the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation. She has qualifications in Art History, Philosophy and Cultural Materials Conservation. As Director of the Grimwade Centre she manages the diverse conservation, teaching and research programs of the Centre. Robyn’s contribution to research and teaching has developed in both an academic and professional framework. Robyn’s research interests include programs in cultural materials conservation that focus on the materials and techniques of artists (particularly in Australia and South East Asia), ethical and philosophical issues in cultural materials conservation, and the development of scientific techniques for conservation.
Considering evidence in Art Fraud.
Contemporary Perspectives on the Detection, Investigation and Prosecution of Art Crime Australasian, European and North American Perspectives.
Routledge - Taylor & Francis.
Bathurst Macquarie Heritage Medal Presented to an individual who demonstrates a significant contribution to the protection of Australia’s heritage, Bathurst Regional Council,
Member of the Order of Australia, AM,
International Council of Museums Australia Award for International Relations fostering museum, conservation practice and professional development betw, International Council of Museums,
AICCM ‘Award for Outstanding Research in the Field of Material Conservation’ for the leadership of the ARC 20th Century in Paint project, Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials,
Conservator of the Year Award 2004, Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials,