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Application Deadline for CCI Services
The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) is accepting applications until October 15, 2018, for conservation treatment services and facility assessment services in 2019–2020. This deadline also applies to requests to host one of CCI's regional workshops.
Please note that CCI primarily offers services to Canadian museums, archives, historic sites, Indigenous cultural centres and museum associations.
CCI has a new video gallery!
Be sure to bookmark the webpage and check back regularly to watch the latest didactic or conservation treatment videos. We invite you to share your suggestions and ideas for future videos in the Comments section.
CCI Professional Conservation Services: New Deadlines
Many of CCI's expert services have a new application deadline of October 15 each year. Check the "Professional conservation services" section of our website for more information about services offered free of charge to Canadian museums.
CCI's 2018-2019 workshop calendar
CCI's 2018-2019 workshop calendar is now available. Find a great learning opportunity in your region and sign up!
Doors Open Ottawa
Doors Open Ottawa is a free annual event which grants the general public access to historically, culturally and architecturally significant buildings. Will you be in the National Capital Region on Saturday, June 2, 2018? If so, don't miss your chance to tour CCI laboratories and speak with our conservators and conservation scientists about the work we do to preserve Canada's heritage. Our doors will be open between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Come visit us at 1030 Innes Road (southeast corner of Innes and St. Laurent).
CCI Notes are now available in Spanish
Thanks to the Centro Nacional de Conservación y Restauración in Chile, the Canadian Conservation Institute's CCI Notes have been translated into Spanish, Notas del Instituto Canadiense de Conservación. They are available free of charge. Intended for a broad audience, the Notes offer practical advice related to the care, handling and storage of cultural objects. Make use of this great resource!
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