Image by Marlin Lum. Image taken at the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum.

Sanchita Balachandran

Sanchita Balachandran is Associate Director of the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Near Eastern Studies at the Johns Hopkins University. She teaches courses related to the technical study and analysis of ancient objects, as well as the history, ethics and practice of art conservation. She is the founder and director of Untold Stories, a non-profit organization that pursues an art conservation profession the represents and preserves a fuller spectrum of human cultural heritage. She completed her graduate work in art history and art conservation at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in the Preservation Studies Program at the University of Delaware.

A current cv is available here.