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Professional Development is a key way to improve your practice and achieve your goals
One year on from the introduction of Coronavirus lockdown restriction ceramics conservator Peter David ACR reflects on what it has meant for him and for his business
David Luard is considered a leading conservator of Gibbons carvings
A research project exploring the values of conservation
Icon member Ann-Marie Miller ACR shares her experience of successfully applying for an Arts Council England grant to support conservation work during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Many conservators are responsible for the care of collections - find out more about their job and skills
Designing a newsletter you'll want to read
The Icon Ceramics & Glass Group dig a little deeper into one of the key protagonists responsible for unlocking the secrets of the incredible archaeological discovery of Sutton Hoo.
A collections of resources for prospective and current students, emerging professionals and the wider profession
Joining Icon as Professional Development Officer, Chloe Gerrard reflects on what we achieved in 2020.
Lorraine Finch ACR reflects on transferable skills, diversifying and 'other things that conservators do' as she recounts how she got involved in Dance Collection Danse - a programme preserving Canada’s dance heritage.
Liz Johnson, Director of Museums and Collections Development, blogs about our role in supporting collections in museums across the country.
Icon members Gwen Thomas and Julie Bon ACR share highlights from the Fair Museum Jobs summit panel discussion on working in conservation.
Using social media to increase awareness of conservation
Jane Henderson ACR, David Hopes, and Robert Waller explain how to bring benefits to heritage through collaboration