Name: Jakki Godfrey
Location: Jersey City, NJ
Phone: (732) 406-5210
Specialties: Installation ArtArchaeological Objects,Decorative Arts,Dolls,Ethnographic Objects,Folk Arts,Historic/Technical Objects,Natural Science Objects,Outdoor Sculpture,SculptureArchaeological Textiles,Ethnographic Textiles,Flags/Banners,Flat Textiles (collection samples)Archaeological Objects,Ethnographic Objects,Historic/Technical Objects,Wood Sculpture
Services: Collections Management,Conservation Education,Conservation Planning,Consultation-General,Documentation,Emergency Recovery,Environmental Assessment,Examination,Exhibit Consultation,Preventive Conservation,Surveys-General,Surveys-Object Specific,Treatment
Materials: Ceramics,Feathers,Fibers,Gilded Surfaces,Glass,Ivory and Bone,Lacquer,Leather/Skin,Metals,Modern/Contemporary,Painted/Polychromed Surfaces,Plaster,Plastics/Synthetics/Rubber,Reeds/Grasses,Shell,Stone,Textiles,Wood
Willing to Travel: Yes

Biographical Information:

Jakki Godfrey, proprietor of BORO 6 ART CONSERVATION, is an objects conservator whose experience includes work with fine and decorative art, ethnographic and historic collections as well as archaeological materials. A graduate of the Winterthur University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation (WUDPAC), she has worked at the Asian Art Museum (San Francisco, CA) the Stedlijk Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands), the National Museum of Natural History and National Museum of African Art (both in Washington, DC) and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (New York), where she participated in a survey of plastics in the collection and treatment of their Surtout de Table. Jakki is now the Associate Objects Conservator at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, where she has worked since 2006. As the proprietor of BORO 6 ART CONSERVATION, Jakki has also taught graduate and undergraduate courses at Pratt, the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University,the Fashion Institute of Technology and Seton Hall University.

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