Dana Mossman Tepper is art conservator at the Arizona State University Art Museum. While Mossman Tepper oversees conservation of the entire collection, her specialty is works of art on paper and photographs.
Prior to coming to ASU, Mossman Tepper owned a small private practice in Nashville, Tennessee where she also managed board relations, special events, and charitable outreach for a large civic organization. Previously, she worked with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Princeton University Art Museum on special exhibitions and collections, including works by Richard Avedon, James Rosenquist, Paul Cézanne, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, John Marin, Arthur Dove, Edward Steichen, and others. Mossman Tepper was a Kress Foundation and a Mellon Foundation Conservation Fellow at the Philadelphia Museum of Art from 1998-2001.
Mossman Tepper is married to Steven J. Tepper, dean of the ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts, and has two children, Sally Landon and Sam.
M.S. Art Conservation, Winterthur program, University of Delaware
B.S. Biology; minor: Art History, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Dana's areas of research interest include the materials and techniques of Arthur Dove, the long term impact of conservation materials and treatments on works of art, and the contemporary mounting practices of photographic materials.