Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (emerita), and Held in Trust
Prerecorded talk: “The Future is Now: Resilience in Conservation and Preservation”
Pamela Hatchfield serves as project coordinator for Held in Trust, a collaboration between the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation and the National Endowment for the Humanities. The project evaluates the present state and future directions of cultural heritage preservation and conservation in the United States. She is also head of objects conservation emerita at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She holds degrees from Vassar College and New York University. Hatchfield is a fellow of the International Institute for Conservation, American Institute for Conservation (AIC), and American Academy in Rome, and received the Robert L. Feller Lifetime Achievement Award from AIC in 2021.