Amelia Glancy is the Curatorial Assistant in European Art at the Agnes this summer. Her work, funded by Young Canada Works, focuses on digitizing materials concerning the Agnes’s three Rembrandt paintings for The Rembrandt Database developed by RKD – Netherlands Institute for Art History. The goal of this database is to give scholars and the public access to art historical information and technical documentation on works by the Dutch artist from institutions around the world.
Amelia’s past experience includes commercial environments and art exhibitions, in addition to work at the Venice Biennale and the Art Gallery of Ontario. At the Agnes, she is gaining new, valuable experience before commencing her Master’s degree in Art History at Queen’s in the fall.