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Name: Flavia Perugini
Location: Boston, MA
Phone: (617) 372-7767
Designation: Fellow
Specialties: Architectural Elements/Materials,Architectural ModelsDigital Materials (incl. Web sites),Installation Art,Electronic ArtObjects (General),Arms/Armor,Clocks/Watches,Decorative Arts,Ethnographic Objects,Furniture,Historic/Technical Objects,Musical Instruments,Natural Science Objects,Outdoor Sculpture,SculpturePortrait MiniaturesElectronic/Magnetic/Optical ImagingFrames,Furniture,Historic/Technical Objects,Maritime,Wood Sculpture,Veneer/Marquetry/Boulle
Services: Analysis,Collections Management,Conservation Education,Conservation Planning,Consultation-General,Documentation,Emergency Planning,Emergency Recovery,Environmental Assessment,Examination,Exhibit Consultation,Packing/Shipping,Pest Control,Storage Design,Surveys-General,Surveys-Object Specific,Treatment
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Willing to Travel: Yes

Biographical Information:

Flavia Perugini was born and raised in Italy where she trained and worked as an architect after graduating with Laurea in Architecture (equivalent of MS), from the University of Florence, Italy, in 1986. She enrolled in the three-year graduate conservation program at London Guildhall University in London UK, graduating in 1995 with a BS (Honors) Conservation and Restoration (2:1). Flavia Perugini is Associate Conservator at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston MA since 2006, where she is responsible for the conservation of contemporary art, the rapidly expanding time-based media collection, dealing with living artists, performances, and installations. She has worked at the Wallace Collection, Tate, Historic New England, and Historic Mount Vernon.

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