Qanitah Malik

Qanitah is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher and curator based in London. She has worked with art and cultural organisations to re-think what culture and heritage entails in the 21st century. With training in Art, Social Anthropology and Cultural Heritage, she is interested in collaborative methods of re-presenting and accessing South Asian Art and Heritage.

María Sobrino-Estalrich

María Sobrino-Estalrich is a paper conservator based in Valencia, Spain, with a master’s degree in Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage. She has worked in some projects in collaboration with the Instituto de Restauración del Patrimonio at the UPV. She is currently doing her PhD thesis and working as a researcher at the Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (UPV).

Ida Antonia Tank Bronken

Senior Conservator, Nasjonalmuseet.

Susan Tamulevich

Executive director, New London Maritime Society.

Romana Delaporte

Romana Delaporte is project Coordinator at Cultural Emergency Response (CER). With a BA in Law and a MA in Heritage management, she specializes in the legal protection of cultural heritage. In the last 5 years she worked for several international organizations and NGO’s. During her work at ICCROM from 2018-2019, she assisted in the organization of the FAC course in. From 2020-2022, she worked at the UNESCO Secretariat of the 1970 Convention on the illicit trafficking and restitution of cultural goods. Besides her work for CER, she volunteers for Blue Shield France and the French Federation of Firefighters (FNSPF), where she participates in commissions, organizes trainings, collects and analyses data on fires and disasters that affected cultural heritage.

Sonia Caliaro

Sonia Caliaro, conservator and scientific researcher, holds a degree in preventive conservation and collections direction from the Ecole du Louvre. Over the years, she has worked in the field of collections in storage, developing courses, conferences, and nationally and internationally projects.
Designing, advising and training university students and museum professionals to reorganization plans for collection storage areas is done through the RE-ORG method, by ICCROM-UNESCO. Expert in the implementation of this methodology, she has worked for more than 35 museums, going so far as to develop, for the first time, a RE-ORG project for small-medium museums within the Emilia-Romagna region.

She worked as conservation manager for the UNESCO Fortress of Bellinzona site enhancement project in the implementation of the permanent exhibition and a temporary one.