Katharina Kuntz studied conservation and restoration in Berlin and Erfurt. Beside studying she worked as a project assistant for research projects based in Germany, Romania and Saudi-Arabia. She worked as an archivist for the Vorderasiatisches Museum in Berlin and was trainee in the Museum für Kunst und Kunstgeschichte Dortmund.
In 2016 she was awarded a doctoral fellowship by the BerGSAS where she is member of the program Ancient Objects and Visual Studies . Her project also contributes to Topoi`s research group (C-4) Pictorial Constructions of Space(s). Her project aims to develop a conservatory strategy to the handling of the ceramic founds at Tacht-e Suleiman. Main focus of this work lies in the Sassanidian and early Islamic ceramics by classifying them into their cultural historic and archaeologic context. By developing a concept of preservation and presentation Katharina Kuntz intends to make these artifacts accessible for a broader audience within a museological setting.