CV JPODANY 2010 Essay

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CURRICULUM VITAE
Jerry Charles Podany jpodany@getty.edu DEGREES
1981-1982

University of London, Institute of Archaeology, Department of Conservation and
Materials Science.
Certificate in Archaeological Conservation (with distinction).

1976-1978

Claremont Graduate School, Claremont, CA.
Master of Fine Arts Degree.

1970-1975

University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska
Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (Honors)
Major: Studio Arts, Minor: Art History
CONTINUING EDUCATION

1981-1982

Birkbeck College, University of London, Department of Crystallography.
Course in Electron Microscopy.

1981-1982

London Technical Institute, Course in Petrology.

1980

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. “Technical Examination of Works of Art”
Course.

1979

Walter C. McCrone Research Institute.
Microscopy for the Conservator (certificate).

CAREER
1986-present

The J. Paul Getty Museum
Conservator-Department Head,
Antiquities Conservation

1991 – present

Adjunct Professor
University of Southern California

1984-1986

The J. Paul Getty Museum
Conservator-Acting Department Head,
Antiquities Conservation

1984-1986

The J. Paul Getty Museum.
Associate Conservator, Acting Department Head
Department of Antiquities Conservation.

1977-1984

The J. Paul Getty Museum.
Conservation Assistant,
Department of Antiquities Conservation.

1970-1974

The Joslyn Art Museum

Exhibition Designer and Preparator,
Omaha, Nebraska.

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE
1993- 1995

Conservation Project for the Laetoli Hominid Trackway, Tanzania
Field conservator in charge of treatment
Tanzanian Ministry of Culture and the GCI

1990

The Sphinx of Giza
Consultant. Evaluation of a large segment failure of the Sphinx.
Egyptian Antiquities Authority, Directorate of the Giza Plateau

1984

The Forum of Trajan
Condition survey of architectural fragments
Site conservator

1983

Joint Expedition to Terqa, Ashara, Syria
Site conservator
Institute of Archaeology, UCLA.

1982

Agora Excavations, Athens, Greece
Site Conservator
The American School of Classical Studies

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1983-2006

University of Southern California
Museum Studies Program
(Principles of Conservation)
Adjunct Professor (since 1991)

2001

Turkish Ministry of Culture
Topkapi Palace and the National Archaeological Museum
“Seismic Mitigation of Museum Collections” workshops,
Istanbul, Turkey
Instructor and course designer

2000-2001

Mellon Foundation Visiting Conservator
The Michael C. Carlos Museum,
Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia
Lecturer

1996

University of Southern California
School of Fine Arts
(Introduction to Conservation Course, Materials Science in the Fine Arts Course)
Lecturer

1995-present

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
Institute of Archaeology
Occasional guest lecturer

1995-present

Columbia University
Architectural Conservation Course
Lecturer on mosaic conservation

1995

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
Institute of Archaeology/ extension program
(Conservation for archaeologists)

1993

UCLA/GCI
(Conservation and the Archaeologist)
Instructor
A winter quarter course offered jointly by the
UCLA and The Getty Conservation Institute.

1983

UNESCO
(Conservation of Archaeological Ceramics)
Instructor
National Anthropological Museum, Lima, Peru

1989

University of Canberra, Conservation Program
(Lecture on the conservation of stone artifacts)
Lecturer

1976-1978

Pitzer College
Claremont, California
(Studio Arts)
Instructor

1976-1978

Laguna Beach School of Art
Laguna Beach, California
(Studio Arts)
Instructor

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2007-present

President, International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works

2005 – 2007

Elected Council member, International Institute for Conservation

2005

Planning Committee member for the American Association of Museums and the U.S.
Department of State initiative on conservation of museum collections in Iraq

2004 – 2007

Board member, Heritage Preservation

1999-2003

President, American Institute for…