December 17, 2018
         

RAP Members

Please choose a RAP Member from the list below:

Midwest Art Conservation Center

The Midwest Art Conservation Center is a non-profit regional center working for the preservation and conservation of art and artifacts throughout the Midwest region. Organized in 1977 by area museums to care for their collections, MACC has grown to become a full service fine arts and artifact conservation laboratory serving museums, historical societies, libraries, archives, and other cultural institutions, as well as private collections.

MACC provides a full range of professional conservation services, including the examination and treatment of a wide variety of art and artifacts such as works on paper, paintings on canvas and solid supports, murals, indoor and outdoor sculpture, furniture, decorative arts, ethnographic artifacts, textiles and costumes. Other services include materials analysis and x-radiography.

MACC conservators also provide preservation management advice and consultation, as well as preservation educational services. They conduct general needs assessments surveys for institutions, as well as collection specific surveys and offer seminars and workshops in collections care and emergency preparedness. Conservators are available 24 hours-a-day to assist in emergency response and recovery. MACC conservators also assist non-profit cultural institutions in writing grants for preservation and conservation project funding.

Midwest Art Conservation Center
at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
2400 3rd Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55404
Tel: 612-870-3120
Fax: 612-870-3118
Email: info@preserveart.org
URL: www.preserveart.org
Contact: Main Office 612-870-3120
Paintings, Paper, Objects, Textiles, Analytical, Disaster Assistance, Education and Training

UMCA

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