Rose Émond-Gagnon, M.A.C. Candidate

Rose Émond-Gagnon

M.A.C. Candidate

Art Conservation Program

Stream: Treatment
Specialization: Paintings
Areas of Interests: Technical art analysis, history of materials and techniques, conservation ethics.

Rose completed an International Baccalaureate (IB) in History at Cégep Garneau in Quebec City in 2017. The following year she participated in a summer archeological dig with l’Université du Québec à Rimouski (UQAR). She graduated from Université Laval with a B.A in Art History in 2021. During her last semester she worked as a teaching auxiliary for the introductory class to 20th century art.

From 2019 to 2021, Rose worked at the Pôle culturel du Musée des Ursulines as a guide. Through the summer, she interned as a museum technician where she photographed and catalogued pigments found in the Ursulines’ collections. Her work also involved assisting with preventive conservation and authenticating relics in collaboration with the archives department. Rose received the Senator Frank Carrell Fellowship Award (2021-2022).