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= Midwest Art Conservation Center =
 
= Midwest Art Conservation Center =
  
The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) is a resource for non-profit institutions, government entities, artists, corporations and individuals. Our staff of Senior Conservators, Conservators and Associate Conservators provide conservation treatments in paintings, objects, paper and textiles, along with preventive conservation programming and education. The Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works governs the methodology and standards behind all elements of MACC’s treatments and programming. At the core of this code is an informed respect for the cultural property, its unique character and significance, and the legacies of the people or person who created it.  Until 2005, MACC was known as the Upper Midwest Conservation Association (UCMA), which was organized in 1977 by area museums.
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The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) is a resource for non-profit institutions, government entities, artists, corporations and individuals. Our staff of Senior Conservators, Conservators and Associate Conservators provide conservation treatments in paintings, objects, paper and textiles, along with preventive conservation programming and education. Until 2005, MACC was known as the Upper Midwest Conservation Association (UCMA), which was organized in 1977 by area museums.
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The Midwest Art Conservation Center is a non-profit organization for the preservation and conservation of art and artifacts, providing treatment, education, and training for museums, historical societies, libraries, other cultural institutions, artists, and the public. The Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works governs the methodology and standards behind all elements of MACC’s treatments and programming. At the core of this code is an informed respect for the cultural property, its unique character and significance, and the legacies of the people or person who created it.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:55, 3 May 2022

Midwest Art Conservation Center

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) is a resource for non-profit institutions, government entities, artists, corporations and individuals. Our staff of Senior Conservators, Conservators and Associate Conservators provide conservation treatments in paintings, objects, paper and textiles, along with preventive conservation programming and education. Until 2005, MACC was known as the Upper Midwest Conservation Association (UCMA), which was organized in 1977 by area museums.

Mission Statement:

The Midwest Art Conservation Center is a non-profit organization for the preservation and conservation of art and artifacts, providing treatment, education, and training for museums, historical societies, libraries, other cultural institutions, artists, and the public. The Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Practice of the American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works governs the methodology and standards behind all elements of MACC’s treatments and programming. At the core of this code is an informed respect for the cultural property, its unique character and significance, and the legacies of the people or person who created it.

Web Address https://www.preserveart.org/
Postal Address Midwest Art Conservation Center

2400 - 3rd Avenue South

Minneapolis, MN 55404, USA

Phone +1 612 870 3120
Fax +1 612 870 3118
Contact [info@preserveart.org]
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