The Grimwade Centre’s research advances conservation methods and materials, their ageing and application properties as well the novel use of analytical instrumentation to develop new knowledge in cultural materials conservation.
2016 - Madeleine Roberts, ‘Indigenous art authentication in Australia: developing process-driven authentication framework for market-driven sector’, PhD, Professor Robyn Sloggett and Dr Nicole Tse.
2013 - Raymonda Rajkowski ‘The characterisation of acrylic emulsion paints in Australian colour-field painting’, PhD, Dr Nicole Tse and Dr Petronella Nel.
2014 - Dan Mossenson, ‘Fake Art/Art Forgery/Art Fraud An Examination Of The Legal Issues And Their Implications With Particular Focus On Australian Indigenous Art’, PhD, Professor Robyn Sloggett and Professor Su Baker.
2012 - Sabine Cotte ‘Mirka Mora and works of Art’, PhD, Dr Niocle Tse and Assoc. Professor Alison Inglis
2012 - Felicity Strong, ‘Art fraud and the art market’, PhD, Professor Robyn Sloggett, Dr Nicole Tse, Assoc. Professor Alison Inglis.
2012 - Apryl Morden, ‘An examination of the oeuvre of Howard Arkley: a technical study’ PhD, Professor Robyn Sloggett and Dr Nicole Tse.
A national framework for managing malignant plastics in museum collections
3D printing of custom musical instruments for heritage and industry needs
Attribution and authentication
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences – Powerhouse Museum
Art Gallery of New South Wales
MAMU- Music Archive Monash University
South Australian Museum
University of Technology Sydney
Centre for Classics and Archaeology (The University of Melbourne)
School of Chemistry (The University of Melbourne)
School of Earth Sciences (The University of Melbourne)