International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC)
Institut international pour la conservation des objets d'art et d'histoire
1950 London UK
Founded 1950, London (UK), as International Institute for the Conservation of Museum Objects -- Institut international pour la conservation des objets de musée. Present name adopted 5 May 1959. Articles modified several times. Registered according to British law.
Serve as a forum for communication among professionals with responsibility for the preservation of cultural heritage; advance knowledge, practice and standards for the conservation of historic and artistic works; promote professional excellence and public awareness.
Events2022-09-05 | Wellington, New Zealand – Biennial Conference
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General Meeting (annual); Council (meets 3 times a year); Sub-committees; Regional Groups (8), including: D-XD3719 - Nordic Association of Conservators - Restorers.
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