RLA Conservation, Inc.
Christina Varvi holds a 2011 Masters in Historic Preservation from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation with a concentration in materials conservation. A Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation, she presently serves as Principal Conservator at RLA’s Los Angeles Studio where she is responsible for the treatment of architecture, architectural elements, public art, monuments, and outdoor sculpture west of the Missippi River, including Alaska and Hawaii. She is a specialist in modern architectural materials, such as linoleum and synthetic finishes, outdoor sculpture planning, treatment, and surveys, as well as large-scale mosaics conservation and architecture surveys, testing, and specification development.
Kelly Ciociola, Principal Conservator and Professional Associate of the AIC, holds an M.S. in Historic Preservation from the joint Clemson University/ College of Charleston program. Kelly leads RLA's Miami Studio as well as all major RLA projects east of the Mississippi River and in the Caribbean. She has been lead site conservator for RLA’s investigative work at the Miami Marine Stadium, funded by a Getty Foundation Keeping it Modern Grant. She is a specialist in structural concrete and concrete finishes, outdoor sculpture planning, treatment, and surveys, as well as large-scale mosaics conservation and architecture surveys, testing, and specification development.
Saturday, November 23
3:30 PM – 5:15 PM