Art Conservation Program
Areas of Interest: Tüchlein, Early Flemish paintings, Traditional Italian Renaissance materials and techniques.
Jocelyn Hillier completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Art History from Queen’s University in 2020. During her studies at Queen’s, Jocelyn co-curated the exhibition “Quest for Colour: Five Centuries of Innovation in Printmaking” at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre and the online exhibition “Locating the Materials of Italian Renaissance Sculpture”. In addition to her undergraduate studies at Queen’s, in 2019 Jocelyn completed art conservation coursework at the Lorenzo de’ Medici Institute in Florence, Italy where she focused on the restoration of 15th century frescoes and the reproduction of frescoes using traditional techniques. Jocelyn pursued fine art training through Thompson Rivers University focusing on colour theory, woodcuts, and oil painting techniques.