Acting Senior Collections Preservation Advisor, Heritage Interiors Conservation Division
Main areas of work and/or specializations
- preventive conservation
- management and care of heritage assets and built heritage components during major building rehabilitation projects
Tania Mottus holds a Master of Art Conservation from Queen’s University, a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University. Tania first came to the Canadian Conservation Institute in 2012 as a postgraduate intern in the Preservation Services Division, where she gained experience in conducting broad-based facility assessments and developing collection preservation strategies for museums, heritage groups, galleries and other specialized institutions. In 2013, Tania joined the Heritage Interiors Conservation Division, where she provides advisory services on the rehabilitation program of the historic Parliament Buildings, as well as other designated federal heritage properties.
Tania is an active member on the communications committee of the Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property and has served as a board member between 2016 and 2019 and as an associate editor of the Journal of the Canadian Association for Conservation between 2013 and 2018.
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