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Share your conservation case studies

Museums Journal is looking for examples of good practice and innovative work
Conservation
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A laser commonly used for skin conditions is now successfully treating an ornate Italian style chair in a first for National Trust conservators
A laser commonly used for skin conditions is now successfully treating an ornate Italian style chair in a first for National Trust conservators

Museums Journal is looking to publish conservation case studies from across the sector on its website and in a future edition of the magazine.

We are particularly interested in innovation conservation practice; how conservator teams are addressing the climate crisis and other issues such as decolonisation; live conservation; conservation with members of the public; and how Covid has shaped your work.

Case studies should be about 600 words long and seek to share:

  • What you are doing and why.
  • The challenges you’ve faced (if applicable) and how these have been addressed.
  • Practical details such as budgets.
  • Your future plans.
  • Your advice to other organisations looking to undertake similar work.

Please include your name, job title and organisation (if applicable) in your case study and any additional information such as budgets.

Please email your case study along with high-res illustrative photographs to rebecca.atkinson@museumsassociation.org

We will publish case studies in Museums Journal online and in print copies of the magazine. Submissions remain open until further notice – please contact Rebecca Atkinson if you have any questions.

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