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Rachel Dessaints

Restauratrice de textiles, accréditée en 2015. Diplômée du programme de Conservation et Gestion des Collections (récipient d'un prix et honneur), Fleming College (2007); stage au Musée de la Chaussure Bata (2006). BAC (multidisciplinaire), Université Laval (2013). Travail pour une agence gouvernementale (ateliers archéo-éthno et textiles) à Québec. Expérience en traitement des textiles incluants matériaux associés (ex.: perlage, plumes, papier, etc.), ainsi que du cuir et des objets composites. Offre services d'expertise et conservation/restauration aux institutions muséales et religieuses, ainsi qu'aux clients privés. Actuellement en pratique privée à Québec. Services fournis en français et en anglais. Contrats privés acceptés.

Accredited in 2015, conservator, specialization in textiles. Collections Conservation and Management program graduate (honours and award recipient), Fleming College (2007); internship at the Bata Shoe Museum (2006). B.A. (multidisciplinary), Laval University (2013). Works for a government agency (archaeo-ethno and textile labs) in Québec. Experienced in treatment of textiles including associated materials (e.g., beadwork, feathers, paper, etc.), as well as leather and composite material objects. Expertise and conservation/restoration services provided to museums, institutions, and private clients. Currently in private practice in Québec City. Services provided in English and French. Private commissions accepted.

Ville de Québec, QC
Canada
418-261-7547
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Paper, Asian scrolls, Map, Thangkas, Painted Textiles, Textiles, Clothing, Banner, Flag, Tapestry, Quilt, Carpet, Christening gown, Costume, Crochet, Dress, Embroidery, Fabric, Fibre/Fiber, Knitting, Kuba Cloth, Lace, Needlework, Rug, Sampler, Uniform, Wall Hanging, Wedding dress, Macrame, Molas, Preventive Conservation, Natural History, Wet Collections, Paleontology, Metal, Jewellery/Jewelry, Wood, Furniture, Upholstery, Objects/Artifacts, Archaeological objects, Leather, Medals, Paper currency, Indigenous Material, Ethnographic Objects, Hide, Feather, Rawhide, Semi-tanned Hide, Smoke Tanned Hide, Brain Tanned Hide, Bone, Horn, Beads/Beadwork, Quillwork, Basketry, Kayak, Canoe, Moccasins, Mukluks, Parka, Powder Horn, Metis Sash, Headdress, Antler, Deer Hide, Moose Hide, Sealskin