M.A. in History of Art and Archaeology (1972), M.A. in Social Sciences / Anthropology (1973), Certificate of Education (1973) - Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), Librarian (1976) and Museum Management certificates (2002)
- Associate professor at the Université Senghor in Alexandria (Egypt): Conservation-restauration du patrimoine
- Visiting professor at the Académie des Beaux-Arts de Kinshasa (RDC): Master en conservation-restauration des biens culturels – Bois et céramique
- Freelance journalist for the quarterly heritage magazine Les Nouvelles du Patrimoine
1973-2015: Teacher and docent (1986 >) at the City of Brussels, Royal Academy of Arts in Brussels (Académie royale des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles / Ecole supérieure des arts)
1972-1999: Museum educator mainly at the Royal Art and History Museums (Brussels) and at the Centre for Fine Arts (Bozar).
1980: PA to the Director of the Belgian Royal Film Archive.
1998-2000: Scientific collaborator at the Centre de recherches et d’études technologiques des arts plastiques of the Université libre de Bruxelles: co-organisation with Brussels 2000, European cultural capital, of the Carved altar route.
2000-2015: Assistant at the Centre de recherches en Archéologie et Patrimoine (CReA-Patrimoine) at the Université libre de Bruxelles (Member of the Network of Museums of the ULB).
Translations of exhibition catalogues (Bozar and Royal Art and History Museums, Brussels).
ICOM-UNESCO consultant in Athens (1988).
ICOM-CECA (Committee for Education and Cultural Action of the International Council of Museums): Member since 1978. Assistant to the secretary (1978-1980), secretary (1992-1995) and chairperson (1995-1998). Editor of ICOM Education (1987-2007). Translator during many CECA conferences (languages: French, Spanish, English, Dutch & German). Organisation of the second regional European CECA conference in Brussels (1993) and editor of the Proceedings of the conference. Regular participation in the CECA conferences thanks to the support of the Federation Wallonia-Brussels.
CECA Partner of the European projects coordinated by the Université libre de Bruxelles Training of guides and Let us protect our heritage together (1996-1998).
Initiator and coordinator of the ICOM-CECA heritage project All Roads Lead to Rome (European subvention DGX) and Audio-visual Award European Heritage Days (1997).
CECA representative at the conference organised by ICOM in Amman (Jordan): Museums, Civilisation and Development (1994).
Co-organisation of the annual conférence of ICOM-CECA + UMAC (Museums and University Collections), Alexandria (October 2014) and co-editor of the proceedings.
Curator of the exhibition Nicolas de Staël. Le terreau d’un apatride, Brussels, 2012 organised at the ULB for the 300th anniversary of the Royal Art Academy of Brussels.