Bachelor of Fine Art, University of Melbourne. Graduate Diploma of Arts specialising in Classics & Archaeology, University of Melbourne. Graduate Certificate of Archaeology, LaTrobe University.
Ramona is passionate about the relationship between the past and the present and the stories objects can tell. Her multidisciplinary understanding of material culture comes from her back ground in art and antiques, combined with her training in the methods and principals of archaeological practice and experience in the management of major collections and archives.
In 2018 Ramona was awarded the position of Archive Intern at the A.D. Trendall Research Centre for Ancient Mediterranean Studies at LaTrobe University in conjunction with Oxford University. Having also assisted an internationally recognised antique dealer & collector for over six years before joining Vincent Clark & Associates in 2019 as Historical Artefact Specialist, Ramona’s extensive knowledge informs her capacity to correctly identify a broad range of objects from diverse geographic regions and historic periods.
Ramona is currently completing a Master’s of Professional Archaeology at LaTrobe University, focusing her thesis on contexts of display for figurative sculpture in sacred spaces in Classical Greece & Rome.