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Anton William Rajer Edit Profile

conservator , educator

Anton William Rajer, American conservator, educator. Certified conservator. Decorated President of Panama; recipient Ambassador Service award, State Department United States of America in Panama, 1997.

Background

Rajer, Anton William was born on February 25, 1952 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States. Son of William and Charlotte Rajer.

Education

Certified in language, University Paris, 1974. Bachelor, University Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1979. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1986.

Career

Museum technical Kobler Arts Center, Sheboygan, 1969—1974. Conservation apprentice Milwaukee Conservators Art, 1975—1978. Associate conservator Nelson-Atkins Art Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, 1979—1984, State of Texas, Canyon, 1985—1987.

Art instructor University Wisconsin, Madison, 1994—2003. Fulbright professor University Panama, Panama City, 2003—2004. Art conservator Fine Arts Conservation Services, Madison, since 1989.

Achievements

  • Certified conservator.

Membership

Volunteer Red Cross, Wisconsin, 2001, American Red Cross, New York City, 2001, Federal Emergency Management Agency, New York City, 2001. Advisory board Folk Art Society of America, Richmond, Virginia, since 1998. Board directors Friends of Fred Smith, Phillips, Wisconsin, since 1996, Historic Preservation Board, Madison, 1993—1995.

Member of American Institute Conservators (associate).

Connections

Married Christine Style.

father:
William Rajer

mother:
Charlotte Rajer

spouse:
Christine Style.