The profession that melds art with science to preserve cultural material for the future. Conservation protects our heritage, preserves our legacy,
and ultimately, saves our past for generations to come.
The Foundation conducts conservation education, research, and outreach activities that increase understanding of our global cultural heritage. Learn how to support its work.
We promote materials and technological expertise and mastery of conservation techniques. We are dedicated to service in the field, research, sharing knowledge with others, and continued education.
AIC and FAIC both hold equity and inclusion as a core value and are committed to increasing diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility throughout both organizations. Learn about key initiatives.
The AIC and FAIC headquarters are in Washington, DC, the ancestral home of the Piscataway Conoy Tribe, Piscataway Indian Nation, the Nacotchtank People, and other Chesapeake Indigenous Tribes. Read our full land acknowledgement.
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You are the voice for cultural materials preservation. Advocate for public policy that values the enduring evidence of human imagination, creativity, and achievement. Join our efforts.
Conservators play a vital role in protecting and preserving the art, objects, and historic sites that tell the story of our lives. Become a Friend to support their work and learn how conservation affects the world around us.
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