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  • #AskAConservator: home remedies, part 2

    What is a home remedy or "old wives' tale" that you absolutely despise? Conversely, what is a home remedy that you actually like as a conservator?
  • #AskAConservator: home remedies, part 1

    What is a home remedy or "old wives' tale" that you absolutely despise? Conversely, what is a home remedy that you actually like as a conservator?
  • #AskAConservator: cold storage for photos

    For the conservation of our post-1970 photos (black and white negatives, black and white photos, color negatives and color photos), we have read that it is best to keep our photos at 0 to 2 degrees Celsius. Can you give us some information?
  • #AskAConservator: digitizing collections

    #AskAConservator: can you offer some suggestions on digitizing collections?
  • #AskAConservator: too fragile to touch?

    #AskAConservator: Have you ever had to work on something so fragile you were afraid to even touch it? What did you do and how did you do it?
  • #AskAConservator: submitting documents to a repository

    #AskAConservator: Our Canadian women’s organization has years of correspondence and documents created in the Ukrainian language. Before we submit these to a permanent repository, is it necessary to attach a one-line content summary on each?
  • #AskAConservator: freezing negatives

    #AskAConservator: We’re looking to freeze a few thousand medium format film negatives from the 1940s and 1950s. Is it okay to house more than one negative in the same acid-free envelope, or does it have to be 1:1?
  • CAPC Statement on Racial Justice

    Please take a moment to read the CAPC Statement on Racial Justice.
  • CAPC Newsletter - September 2020

    CAPC Newsletter - September 2020
  • COVID-19 Survey

    ​The Canadian Association for Conservation of Cultural Property (CAC) and the Canadian Association of Professional Conservators (CAPC) present a summary of the data collected from conservation professionals regarding the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives and careers.