Fabric Conservation Reference Group, EC Representative
US Internships Co-ordinator
Anita Krivickas is a senior architect with over twenty years’ experience in the heritage industry in New South Wales and overseas. She has enjoyed a diverse working experience to date, in both the private and public sector, from the preparation of conservation management plans and heritage impact statements, to documentation and implementation of conservation, maintenance and adaptive re-use projects. In 2012 she undertook the US/ICOMOS internship to New Mexico, working in the conservation of historic adobe structures. This experience led to work in the northern state of Chihuahua, Mexico, where she worked on the conservation of 17th century adobe mission buildings, as well as undertaking a survey of historic haciendas and tequila producers in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. In 2011 she attended the 17th International Course on Stone Conservation in Rome, a joint initiative of ICCROM and the Getty Conservation Institute.
Anita has been a full member of Australia ICOMOS since 2002, and a past member of the Australia ICOMOS Executive Committee (2007-2011), during which time she served as Treasurer, ISC/NSC Co-ordinator and as the Australia ICOMOS liaison and Secretary for the conference Unloved Modern, held in Sydney in 2009. After leaving the EC she continued her involvement with Australia ICOMOS as coordinator of the NSW monthly talk series (2012-13) and the NSW mentoring program (2015-16).