There’s no place like home... Reflections on my IMAC award placement at The University of Birmingham

The IMAC award is an opportunity for one student from The University of Melbourne, Australia, to spend four weeks observing professionals working across the cultural collections, galleries, archives and museums of The University of Birmingham, UK. Interested students must submit and application for review and the short listed candidates are then required to give a presentation of an object of interest from their university and undertake a panel interview.

2012 Students of the year

Dancing the night away at the 2015 AICCM Awards ceremony

Recognising the exceptional professionalism, hard work and innovative practices of Australian conservators is one of AICCM’s most pleasurable duties. This year’s awards, bestowed in a special ceremony at the AICCM conference in Hobart, are testament to the wealth of talent and expertise evident in all levels of the profession. AICCM president MaryJo Lelyveld warmly thanked all those who submitted nominations, and congratulateS all the winners who have undertaken exceptional work over the previous two years.

AICCM 2015 Conservation awards are now openAICCM 2015 Conservation awards are now open. Image: Presentation of prizes to pupils of schools of design [Fitzroy, Vic.] c. 1882 courtesy State Library of Victoria, www.slv.vic.gov.au

2015 AICCM conservation awards are now open!

We all know someone amazing in conservation! Now is your chance to celebrate their talents and contributions.

The Colin Pearson Outstanding Research in the Field of Material Conservation Award 2017

Outstanding Service to the Conservation Profession

2012 Student of the year profiles

Student of the Year 2017

National Trust ACT Heritage Awards 2014

Past Awards

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