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Collection Care Network Blog: Interview with Nicole Peters

This interview is part of the Collection Care Network's (CCN) blog series, which features interviews with conservators and collection care professionals. The stories and insights shared in these interviews highlight the many aspects of collection care and its cross-disciplinary nature. If you...


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Collection Care Network Blog: Interview with Nicole Grabow

This interview is part of the Collection Care Network's (CCN) blog series, which features interviews with conservators and collection care professionals. The stories and insights shared in these interviews highlight the many aspects of collection care and its cross-disciplinary nature. If you...


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Archiving 2021 Online: Call for Papers

ABOUT THE ARCHIVING CONFERENCE The conference's interdisciplinary focus creates a rich environment for information exchange and presentation of the latest research results on digitization and curation. Archiving investigates new technologies, strategies, and policies and reports on successful...


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ECPN Interview: Pre-program Internships in Textile Conservation

The Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) works to serve ECPs at all levels, from pre-program to early career. This blog series aims to highlight pre-program experiences and opportunities through interviews with internship supervisors from a wide range of specialties. These...


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UCLA/Getty invites applications for an NEH Sustainability Research Associate

UCLA/Getty Interdepartmental Program in Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Materials Open Position: Research Associate, NEH Embedding Sustainability in Cultural Heritage Conservation Education Initiative Dates: June 1, 2021 – March 31, 2022, or flexible The UCLA...


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Conservation article on pigments in the Style not Science Section

Could the appearance of such an article in the Style Section rather than the Science Section mark a growing general interest in the technical aspects of the creation of works of art? In the Sunday February 7, 2021, issue of The New York Times , an article by Evan Nicole Brown about the YInMn...

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The Times got the terminology right

In the January 28, 2021, issue of The New York Times , Liz Alderman wrote about the repair and renovation work carried out by 250 workers in the Louvre every weekday since October when it closed due to the pandemic instead of only on Tuesdays -- the one day of the week it formerly did not allow...

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2021 PTT Grants Funding Opportunity now open for Proposals

The National Park Service's National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) announces its call for proposals for the 2021 grants round. Information about the grants program can be found at www.nps.ncptt.gov or www.grants.gov. websites. The Preservation Technology and...

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Our monuments, institutions and values are all vulnerable and must be constantly cared for

The Saturday January 8, 2021 issue of The New York Times published an article by Sarah Bahr on how in the aftermath of the invasion of the U.S. Capitol Building by rioters on January 6 th , the artworks in the building and the building itself are being examined for damages (“ Curators Scour for...

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AIC Collection Care Network Leadership Opportunities

Are you passionate about preventive conservation and collection care? Have you been looking for a way to get more involved in a leadership role in AIC? The Collection Care Network (CCN) is currently looking to fill three Officer positions with terms from May 2021-May 2024. Programming Chair ...