Queen’s, National Gallery partner to launch Internship Program in Art Conservation

October 14, 2021
Queen’s University has announced that its Art Conservation Program and the National Gallery of Canada have partnered to launch the Internship Program in Art Conservation. Students in the internship program will gain hands-on experience in art conservation and will be paired with mentors at the National Gallery. The program is focused on students from diverse cultural backgrounds. “The program aims to increase awareness and knowledge about [art conservation] and help students throughout their academic and career pursuits,” said Patricia Smithen, the Director of the Art Conservation Program. “This specifically will provide an opportunity for students from diverse cultural backgrounds to learn and excel in the field of conservation.” YGK News (ON)