The AICCM Awards recognise excellence amongst practicing Australian conservators, conservation volunteers and those who actively promote conservators and conservation. We currently support the following national awards that are awarded annually.
Nominations for awards close 31 July 2020
As there are no AICCM events occurring this year, there will be an online awards celebration instead! Recipients will also be acknowledged at the next AICCM National Conference.
This award, previously known as the AICCM Hall of Fame, recognises career long contributors to Conservation and acknowledges skills sharing across levels of seniority ensuring that skills are not lost from the profession.
This award recognises and rewards individuals whose extraordinary efforts have directly contributed to the raising of standards in their workplace or within their conservation field. It is also awarded to people who have worked to promote the profession of conservation and its activities to the wider community and who have encouraged membership of the AICCM.
Nominated by the University of Melbourne’s Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation or the University of Canberra, this award recognises outstanding coursework students studying conservation practice at a tertiary level in Australia who have contributed significantly to the activities of the AICCM and have begun to develop their careers by becoming actively involved in the profession.
Recipients of this award must be nominated by their University.
This award recognises an AICCM member or institutional member who has contributed to the profession either over the long term or a single project by active involvement in delivering conservation seminars, workshops and other educational/learning opportunities; mentoring of other conservators; promotion of conservators and/or conservation within and beyond the profession by working with allied professions and the public.
This award is to acknowledge an AICCM member or research team who has undertaken substantial research in the field of material conservation, and who has shared this information within the national and/or international material conservation profession via the AICCM Bulletin.
This award acknowledges conservation volunteers who have made an outstanding contribution to the conservation of Australia’s cultural heritage.
This award recognises a conservator, or group of conservators who have undertaken a conservation treatment that has significantly contributed to the conservation field, nationally or internationally and promoted the profession of conservation and its activities to the wider community.