Annual Meeting

Specialty groups coordinate specialty programming for AIC’s Annual Meeting. Programming sometimes corresponds with overall meeting theme, sometimes concentrates on a special theme and frequently includes collaborative efforts with other specialty groups. Topics covered include collections management, treatments, updates on research, disaster recovery, research and analysis, case studies, techniques, and other issues. The program is usually a full day or more of paper presentations, panel discussions, tips sessions, workshops, as well as a business meeting and social events. Program content is then sometimes assembled into publications and resources.

For the 2021 virtual meeting, WAG organized two online sessions. The program can be found here through October 31, 2021.

Join us in Los Angeles for AIC's 50th anniversary! The 2022 Annual Meeting is planned for mid-May. Submit an abstract and register for the meeting.

Speaker Stipend

The Wooden Artifact Group offers speaker stipends in the amount of $500-$2,000 to help defray costs for members who are presenting at the American Institute for Conservation (AIC) Annual Meeting.