Education has always been integral to the mission of the GCI. Early in its history, the Institute launched a program of courses, workshops, and meetings for conservation professionals that continues to address issues related to the conservation of museum collections, archaeological sites, and historic architecture. Over time education and training activities have expanded beyond short courses and workshops to also include training embedded into field projects. Field-based training is often used to augment classroom-based teaching and to provide (more)
 

Upcoming Workshops and Events


Recent Advances in Characterizing Asian Lacquers

7–11 July 2014
Centre de Recherche et de Restauration des
Musées de France, Paris

Identification and Conservation
Strategies for Color and Digital Prints

28 July–8 August 2014
Hungarian National Museum, Budapest

Cleaning of Acrylic Painted Surfaces
12–15 August 2014
Canadian Conservation Institute

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