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Wooden Artifacts Group

Who We Are

Formed in 1986, the purpose of the Wooden Artifacts Group (WAG) is to improve knowledge of all subjects related to the conservation of wooden objects, to promote proficiency and skill in the practice of conservation of those objects, and to disseminate technical and professional information related to them. It deals with topics such as upholstery, ethnographic carvings, architecture, paintings on wood panels, insect fumigation, and, of course, furniture.

What We Do

WAG benefits its members by creating programming at the AIC Annual Meeting, offering speaker stipendspublications, and maintaining an online community

How We Work

Each specialty group is managed by officers who guide the group based on its adopted Rules of Order.

How to Join

For more information on dues and how to join this group, go to Membership.