Daniela Korolija Crkvenjakov has more than 25 years of experience in the field of Conservation, having graduated from the Regional school for conservation and valorisation of cultural heritage, Brescia, Italy in 1989 and from the Faculty of Culturology, Department for conservation and restoration of paintings, Cetinje, University of Podogorica, Montenegro in 1991.
In 2012, she obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Belgrade in Multidisciplinary studies in History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, which was concerned with conservation science and a multidisciplinary approach to the preservation of cultural heritage. Her expertise has led her to work on many complex conservation and restoration projects of high profile paintings and objects in Serbia, Hungary and Romania. Daniela has been head of the Conservation department of both the Provincial institute for the protection of cultural heritage, Novi Sad in Serbia and at the Gallery of Matica srpska, Novi Sad in Serbia. Since 2010 she has been Deputy Director of the Gallery of Matica srpska.