The Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) is accepting applications until October 31, 2018, forand requests to .
Our primary clients include museums, archives, libraries and historic sites, whose principal role is to acquire, conserve, communicate, exhibit (for purposes of study, education and enjoyment) and conduct research on permanent heritage collections that are accessible to the Canadian public. The majority of expert services provided on-site at CCI are provided to these clients without cost. CCI also delivers expert services and training to public authorities and other organizations in Canada that are responsible for heritage objects or collections, on the basis of partial or full cost recovery.
To apply, complete the conservation treatment request form. Please note that the following types of objects will be considered for treatment in 2019–2020: