Art Conservation Program
Areas of Interest: Marouflaged Paintings; Historic Materials and Techniques;
Ève L’Heureux obtained a Multidisciplinary B. A. in Ancient Studies, Art History and Visual Arts from Laval University in 2014, with extra classes focused on heritage preservation. From 2014 to 2017, she undertook and completed a diploma in Museology (DESS) at the same university. Her essay focused on preserving cemeteries by promoting their use, and suggesting a new museal model, the park-museum. Ève started the Master’s of Art Conservation in 2016, and completed her first internship at the Centre de conservation du Québec (CCQ), where she developed her manual skills and critical thinking process necessary for the treatment of works of art. Ève is a recipient of a “bourse d’excellence à l’admission” (2011, Université Laval), a Frank Carrel award (2016 and 2022, Queen’s University) and the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Elizabeth and Rachel Massey Award (CFUW, 2022-2023).