Ann lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She has two children who also live in Halifax, and has been happily married for a long time. Her family lives in a heritage house with beautiful gardens. Ann is still working as an Art Conservator and has no plans to retire. Known for her international work on preservation of Buddhist diaspora treasures, she works for major museums, universities, and Buddhist monasteries. Treasurecaretaker.com her international non-profit preservation education initiative, has won significant international awards. Ann is often interviewed on TV and radio, with videos made about her conservation work. She lectures internationally, most recently in Hong Kong, Shanghai and at the British Museum.
Loved picnics with Prof. Taylor and fellow students.
I am currently writing a book, creating a STEM art gallery show that opens in March: Science and the Sacred, and enjoying family life. Please enjoy this article, just published in SPIRAL the Rubin Museum magazine.