About Us
The American Institute for Conservation and the Foundation for Advancement in Conservation work together to promote the preservation and protection of cultural heritage. Partner with us to further that mission.

Find a Conservator

Proper care and maintenance of your family heirlooms and works of art will ensure that they are available for future generations to enjoy.

  • There are many things you can do to care for your treasures yourself.
  • Sometimes though you may need advice or treatment from a professional. 
  • Conservation professionals combine highly technical skills and specialized knowledge of science and art to care for items with cultural, historic, and personal value.

Our tool helps you find the right person for your needs.



See who has a designation with us.

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  • Use Advanced Search to filter list by sub-specialties, materials, and skills.
  • Search results include specialties and limited contact information. Click on name for email address, websites, biographies, etc.

Members: deactivate listing by emailing

Who We List

  • Members in private practice
    Most work in private practice full-time. Some primarily work institutions but take on private work as well. All are qualified to treat your item.
  • Members with Professional Membership
    All have undergone our peer-reviewed application process. They have had their training, knowledge, and experience reviewed by a body of their peers recognized in the field. 

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