Conservator specialized in archaeological materials and preventive care. Born in Budapest (Hungary) arrived to Florence as a student with a profound interest to study art history and conservation. Here she found a new home and a generous ‘family’ of professionals to learn from. Graduated in Technology for Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage at Università della Tuscia (Viterbo, Italy) and earnt her MA with distinction in Preventive Conservation at Northumbria University, (Newcastle , UK). Since 2016 registered on the National Italian Qualification List as conservator specialized in ceramics, glass and metal (alloy) artefacts. For over 20 years Nora has been assisting and teaching students at foreign university programs Italian ethics and methods of cultural heritage preservation. As instructor and professional coordinated numerous projects working on Etruscan, Picenian, Roman and Medieval artifacts from all around Tuscany, ranging from the island of Elba to the Chianti area, as well as on artifacts belonging to the collection of the Archaeological Museum of Florence. Recently, Nora was also employed at a distinguished private metal conservation company assisting in the conservation of Oriental museum objects and open
air bronze statues. A both personal and professional interest that Nora continues to investigate and, had already addressed in her Master’s thesis, is the topic of sustainability, environmental protection and how to make ‘greener’ the conservation profession.