Our magazine focuses on the people behind the projects, covering all aspects of cultural heritage conservation. It includes interviews, feature stories, regular columns, updates from our Groups and Networks, and much, much more
Our quarterly magazine reaches the foremost professionals in the conservation sector
Each issue reaches more than 2,300 conservation sector professionals, academics and students, material and equipment suppliers, culture vultures and conservation fans across the broader public, and allied professionals.
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Iconnect magazine is published quarterly and covers the conservation and restoration of cultural heritage in the UK and abroad. Each issue contains in-depth features alongside popular regulars such as news, updates from Icon’s specialist Groups and Networks, business advice, career spotlights, interviews, public affairs and policy, and much more.
We welcome suggestions but typical submissions include:
Important: In advance of writing and submitting a news item or article, please email the editor, Karen Young ([email protected]), giving a brief overview of what you would like to contribute. Please note that unsolicited news items or articles may not be published in the magazine.
News items, including Icon Group/Network news and Improv: 200-300 words
Features: 400-500 words per page (page count to be agreed with the editor in advance)
Please note the above deadlines are for guidance only and submitting a news item or article by a deadline does not guarantee inclusion in that issue. Deadlines may be adjusted for specific types of contributions or under special circumstances. Please contact the editor for more information and guidance.
Please send images as separate email attachments. If you are supplying more than two images, please send via WeTransfer or similar. JPEGs or TIFFs are the preferred format and all images for print should be high-resolution (preferably 1MB+). It is important that you have obtained any relevant permissions, licences and/or picture credits for images supplied.