Associate conservator of objects, The Cleveland Museum of Art
Parsing out Palissy: Recent findings on ceramic glazes in Renaissance France
Colleen Snyder is currently associate conservator of objects at The Cleveland Museum of Art, where she has worked for over 6 years. Snyder began in the middle of the museum’s extensive renovation project, which was completed in 2013, and has participated in the treatment and reinstallation of objects for the Medieval, Renaissance, Japanese, Chinese, and Indian galleries, among others.
She continues to care for the three-dimensional artworks in the collection, and her work has ranged from technical analysis of The Cleveland Apollo, CMA’s ancient Greek bronze statue, to working with living artists to preserve contemporary pieces.
Before moving to Cleveland, Snyder worked at institutions both in the U.S. and abroad, including Colonial Williamsburg, The Walters Art Museum, the Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute, The J. Paul Getty Museum, and The Archaeological Exploration of Sardis.
She obtained her B.A. in classics, Mediterranean archaeology from the University at Buffalo and her M.A. in art conservation from Buffalo State College, one of only four programs in the United States.
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