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IIC-S&ECC 2021: The Faces of Conservation

IIC-S&ECC 2021: The Faces of Conservation The International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works’ Student & Emerging Conservator Conference (IIC-S&ECC) series has been bringing together conservation students, emerging conservators and conservation professionals from all over the world since 2011. These conferences aim to help recent graduates and those studying in the field of …

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XVII International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies, Zagreb

XVII International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies Zagreb, 21st – 22nd October 2021 [online event] The Department of Art Conservation and Restoration of the Academy of Fine Arts, University in Zagreb, is pleased to invite you to the seventeenth International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies. The conference will be taking place on October 21st and October 22nd, 2021, and …

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Call for Abstracts – NKF XXII Congress 2021

Research and Review–Advancements in conservation and assessment of previous experiences The Nordic Association of Conservators (NKF) was founded in 1950 and functions as a regional group in The International Institute for the Conservation of Artistic and Historic Works (IIC), and is known as IIC Nordic Group. NKF XXII Congress is an international congress held every …

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Europe Day Manifesto. Cultural Heritage: a powerful catalyst for the future of Europe

On 9 May 2020, on the occasion of Europe Day which this year marks the 70th anniversary of the Schuman Declaration and the launch of the process of European integration, members of the European Heritage Alliance have launched the Europe Day Manifesto ‘Cultural Heritage: a powerful catalyst for the future of Europe’. As E.C.C.O. is …

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On the Classification of the Cultural Heritage Sector within NACE

E.C.C.O. and the NACE Working Group is pleased to share with you this publication at the International Journal of Cultural Heritage. Dowload here ABSTRACT This paper reports on the findings and recommendations of the European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers Organisations’ (hereafter E.C.C.O. [1]) investigations into the inclusion of Conservation-Restoration in the NACE Codes [2]. It is …

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Public consultation on the use of in-situ generated nitrogen for pest management of cultural heritage

Dear members and friends of E.C.C.O. We urgently call for your support and expertise concerning the public consultation on the use of in-situ generated nitrogen for pest management of cultural heritage! Download the letter here Link to the Public Consultation form (Deadline 18/01/2019!!) Further information on the consultation: Background: The EU regulation 528/2012 (Biocidal Products …

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Conservation Ethics today: are our Conservation-Restoration Theories and Practice ready for the 21st Century?

ECCO is pleased to share the Publication: ‘Conservation Ethics today: are our Conservation-Restoration Theories and Practice ready for the 21st Century?with the contributions of the Conservation-Restoration Profession by ENCoRE, ECCO, ARI (Italy) and VDR (Germany). Ursula Schadler-Saub, International Scientific Committee for Theory and Philosophy of Conservation and Restoration ICOMOS: “The present publication in the proceeding …

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E.C.C.O.s Round table: From the Contemporary Culture to the Cultural Heritage, 30th November Madrid (Spain)

Next 30th of November 2019, E.C.C.O.s Committee will join the Round table: “From the Contemporary Culture to the Cultural Heritage: dialogues between the world of creation and conservation in Europe”. Arranged by the Conservation-Restoration Department from the MNCARS (Madrid, Spain), in collaboration with ACRE, E.C.C.O. and GEIIC, addressed to professionals, researchers, students and Conservation-Restoration, Art …

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