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AICCM Membership Fee Increase FAQ

When will the fee increase take effect? The increase will take effect as of today, 11 April, 2016 Why are we having a fee increase?

An Update from Student Conservators at Melbourne (SC@M) at The University of Melbourne

Student Conservators at Melbourne (SC@M) is the association for students studying at the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation (GCCMC) at The University of Melbourne.

Meet a Conservator: Kristin Phillips

Welcome to the first in our new series of Meet a Conservator interviews! Over the coming months we will introduce you to some of the fantastic conservation professionals working in Australia and find out more about them and their work.

President's Report

Late last month, the AICCM National Council convened at the Australian Museum in Sydney to map out the future path of the organisation through its 2016-2020 Strategic Plan.

Who, what, where: SA March 2016

Conservation news from SA as published in the March National Newsletter 2016.
Pitcairn's Island, Edward Gennys Fanshawe, Aug 12th 1849, via Wikimedia Commons

Who, what, where: ACT March 2016

Conservation news from ACT as published in the March National Newsletter 2016.

Who, what, where: NSW March 2016

Conservation news from NSW as published in the March National Newsletter 2016.

Who, what, where: Victoria March 2016

Conservation news from Victoria as published in the March National Newsletter 2016.

Vale Graham Clegg

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Graham Clegg on 2nd March 2016 at Crookwell District Hospital, aged 68 after a short battle with lymphoma.
The hanok, our accomodation at the hanji village

The hanok, our accomodation at the hanji village

Review - Hanji Workshop for Foreign Paper Specialists

In December 2015 I travelled to South Korea for the Hanji Workshop for Foreign Paper Specialists.

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