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The AICCM Bulletin

The AICCM Bulletin is a hard copy and online peer reviewed journal produced by the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials (AICCM) since 1975. In order to better reach our international audience AICCM has recently partnered with Taylor & Francis to provide our online publishing service. The Taylor & Francis Group publishes quality peer-reviewed journals under the Routledge and Taylor & Francis imprints which are available online at their website.
The AICCM Bulletin publishes original and quality papers, including research reports, discussion papers, literature surveys, thematic bibliographies, summaries of research papers and dissertations.Find out more about the AICCM Bulletin

President’s Report August 2022

President’s Report August 2022

The wattles have started flowering around Melbourne, marking the start of ‘yellow season’ and reminding us that spring is not far away now. This will hopefully bring some relief from the winter progression of colds, flu and COVID-19; I hope you have all been keeping safe and well. In May we announced our AICCM Anniversary Appeal, ‘50k for 50 years’. This campaign aims to raise $50,000 in time for our 50th anniversary conference (November 2023), to put towards five $10,000 member-driven grant projects. These projects aim to build on our strategic goals: First Nations values and voices in conservation; engaging ...

AICCM Conference Proceedings (Members only)

At the AICCM National Conference 2019, we invite you to consider how we make our profession. Broadly divided into three themes – making conservation sustainable, innovative and connected – we want to know what excites you, what challenges you, and what you want to discuss further. Find out more about the AICCM Conference Proceedings

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