Rose Cull, Adjunct Faculty

Rose Cull has worked at institutions in Europe and the USA; including Tate Gallery, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Shelburne Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Chinati Foundation, Nasher Sculpture Centre, Peggy Guggenheim Collection – Venice, and National Museum of the American Indian/Smithsonian Institution. Rose’s private clients have included Phoenix Art Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Palm Springs Art Museum, Pueblo Grande Museum and Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art.

Ms. Cull’s research interests have revolved around contemporary art, electronic music, ethical conservation practice and issues of sustainability. Key publications include Contemporary sculpture: to contact the artist or not?, the article The preservation and conservation of electronic music: beats, bits, and bytes, and The Conservation of Materials and Resources.

Ms. Cull has served on American Institute for Conservation’s (AIC) Electronic Media Group, as Coordinator for ICOM-CC’s Theory and History of Conservation working group, as a grant reviewer for the National Endowment for the Humanities – Preservation Assistance Grants, as a Research Assistant for The Iraqi Institute for the Conservation of Antiquities and Heritage (IICAH), as a Board member of the international Open Access journal e-conservation magazine, and has taught on a Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (FAIC) funded workshop on Torrey-West House, Ossabaw Island, Georgia.

Ms. Cull holds a BA in Art History from The University of Texas at Austin, and an MS in Art Conservation Specialization in Object conservation and Preventive conservation from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation (WUDPAC).

Rose Cull