The IIC Keck Award 2010

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Every two years an award is offered to the individual or group who, in the opinion of IIC Council, has done most to further the public appreciation of the work of the conservation profession. The award consists of a certificate and a cash prize of £1000, presented at the biennial IIC Congress. Details of previous award winners can be found on this website.
The 2010 IIC Keck Award was made to to the ‘Painting Techniques of Impressionism and Postimpressionism’ project organised by the Wallraf-Richartz Museum & Fondation Corboud in collaboration with the Cologne Institute for Conservation Science at the University of Applied Sciences in Cologne.
IIC’s Council considers that the ‘Painting Techniques of Impressionism and Postimpressionism’ project made a strong contribution towards promoting public understanding and appreciation of the accomplishments of the conservation profession – the reason for the establishment of the award.
More details may be found at www.museenkoeln.de/impressionismus.

Deadline: 
Tuesday, 30 March, 2010 - 23:00