COURSES, CONFERENCES, & SEMINARS
The following courses are presented with funds from the FAIC Endowment for Professional Development, which is supported by The Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation and by contributions from members and friends of AIC. Full descriptions and registration forms are available on the FAIC
website (www.conservation-us.org/courses) or from the FAIC Office: 202-661-8070 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events marked with an asterisk (*) are supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Special scholarships are avail-
able to help defray registration and travel expenses for those events. For a full list of professional development scholarships available, see the
AIC Annual Meeting Workshops
May 8, Albuquerque, New Mexico
organized by AIC Emergency Committee.
organized by AIC Health & Safety
Revisiting Suction Table 101: Getting the Most from
FAIC Online Courses www.conservation-us.org/courses
FAIC Online courses are in the process of being redesigned. Watch for a variety of 2012 courses to be announced.
The following events are supported financially by FAIC. Please ask the presenting organization about discounts or scholarships for AIC members.
The following 2012 courses at the Campbell Center in Mt. Carroll, Illinois have scholarships available for AIC members. Contact the Campbell
Center (815-244-1173; www.campbellcenter.org) for dates and more information.
Microscopy for ID of Pigments & Fibers in Art and Artifacts
July 30–August 2
May 21–25, Shepherdstown, West Virginia
June 12–15, Indianapolis,
Conservation of Transparent Papers*
July 17–18 and 19–20, Washington, DC; July 23–24 and 25–26,
October 29–November 2,
Contemporary Print Identification*
December 5–7, San Francisco,
Disaster Preparation and Response for Collecting Institutions
Additional one-day workshops will be scheduled at National Trust for
Historic Preservation sites during the year. Supported by a grant from
the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
ICOM-CC Glass and Ceramics Working
Group: Recent Advances in Glass, Stained Glass
and Ceramics Conservation. Amsterdam, The
Netherlands. (Conference dates: Oct. 7–10,
ICOM-CC Metal Working Group: Metal
Scotland. (Conference dates: Sept 16–20,
Western Association for Art Conservators
(WAAC): WACC 2012. Palm Springs,
California, USA. (Conference dates: Oct
Museum, London, UK.
Contact: Department of Conservation and
Scientific Research, The British Museum,
Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG, p.
+44 (0)207 323 8279,
f. +44 (0)207 323 8636
May 22–26, 2012. Canadian Association
for Conservation of Cultural Property
18th Annual Conference.
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
Programs, Fleming College, 599 Brealey
Drive, Peterborough, Ontario, K9J 7Bi, tel:
705-749-5530, ex. 1735
Libraries and Museums (ATALM): 2012
Training and Research: The Management and
of Art, , New York City, New York.
Contact: az.ghsymposium2012 [at] nor-
thumbria __ ac __ uk
Preservation of Natural History Collections
(SPNHC): 27th Annual Meeting, Yale
University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
Science and Technology (IS&T): Archiving
Conservation Center (NEDCC): Digital
To register your interest email:
jmartin [at] nedcc __ org
of Art and the Victoria and Albert Museum:
Courtauld Institute, London, UK.
Contact: Tel: +31 43 321 8444
Jun 17–20, 2012. Centre for Sustainable
Heritage, University College London: 10th
Jul 10–12, 2012. National Center for
Preservation Technology and Training
(NCPTT) : 3D Digital Documentation Summit,
San Francisco, CA, USA.
International Committee of the History of Art:
Contact: p/f. 0049-(0)911-1331210,
info [at] ciha2012 __ de
Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
(IIC): IIC Congress 2012—The Decorative:
Conservation and Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria.
Contact: Graham Voce, Executive Secretary,
IIC, 6 Buckingham Street, London, WC2N
iic [at] iiconservation __ org
Oct 15–17, 2012. IIC Nordic Group: XIX
International Conference—Planning to Move?
Processes and Consequences for Collections,
Objects and Society, Oslo, Norway.
Art Conservators (WAAC): WAAC 2012,
Palm Springs, California, USA.
Contact: Daniel Cull, WAAC President,
president [at] waac-us __ org
ICOM-CC working groups: Sculpture
Polychromy and Architectural Decoration;
Textiles; and Wood, Furniture and Laquer:
Los Angeles, CA.
Artifact.Context.Narrative [at] gmail
and the International Association for Science
and Technology of Building Maintenance
and the Preservation of Monuments: Climate