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Mauray Toutloff, Conservator

Mauray Katherine Toutloff received her B.Sc. in Biology from the University of Regina in 1997. She also studied Fine Arts and Art History through the First Nations University of Canada before receiving her M.A.C. in Objects Conservation from Queens University in 1999. Mauray has been living in working in British Columbia since 2000 and she has completed projects for BC Heritage, the Royal BC Museum, the Museum of Vancouver, the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Vancouver International Airport. Mauray has been working as a conservator for the Museum of Anthropology at UBC since 2007.  At MOA her focus has been research for preventative and treatment oriented conservation, as well as working with local communities, students and conservation interns on the development and implementation of diverse conservation strategies.