Nothing brings me more happiness than trying to help the most vulnerable in society. It is a goal and an essential part of my life—a kind of destiny. Whoever is in distress can call on me. I will come running wherever they are. I want to be seen as the Chief of hearts. Miss Chief of Hearts!
—Miss Chief Eagle Testickle
Miss Chief Eagle Testickle
Miss Chief is a celebrity artist, aristocratic socialite and patron of the arts. Her philanthropic and humanitarian work often takes her to the darkest corners of the globe. Escorted by our own Doctor of Fine Arts, she visits the sick and ailing in the Modern Wing of our institution. Reaffirming her commitment to the less fortunate, she is known for touching those whom others were afraid to touch. With her caring hands she has single-handedly changed attitudes around the world. She brings compassion, dignity, and understanding to her work with the deprived and the suffering, wielding her influence as an international celebrity to make enormous humanitarian contributions. Perhaps more than any other high profile charitable patron she makes a difference by defying prejudice, as exemplified by her visit with the Casualties of Modernity.
Doctor of Fine Arts
Highly educated in his field, The Doctor of Fine Arts is a leading authority in the diagnosis and forensic analysis of numerous conditions afflicting Modern Art. With a focus on Modern and Contemporary his compassion and dedication to his patients render him invaluable to his profession. One of his greatest contributions has been to expand the conservation department of the Modern Wing, ensuring that the Casualties of Modernity would receive the highest level of care against the ravages of time. A pioneer in art gerontology, his minimally invasive techniques have garnered accolades and influenced the international community of art conservators. He is actively involved in training new doctors of Fine Art, has lectured nationally and internationally, and has numerous peer-reviewed journals, lectures and books published worldwide in twenty-five languages.
Our senior nurse at the Modern Wing has brought a level of dignity to the critical and intensive care of our Casualties for many years. Specialising in the epidemiology of art from Romanticism through to Conceptual Art, she brings experience and compassion to the care of a carefully curated wing of casualties. Since becoming head nurse of the Modern Wing, she has consistently had one of the lowest morbidity rates in the country. In order to maintain the highest comprehensive level of care for her patients, she willingly took the recertification for her degree of Fine Arts Certified Status in 2008. She sits on the board of numerous art agencies to advocate for improvement of care for sick and ailing art movements.