Award for Conservation/Award for Research and Innovation

Deadline: 29/03/2002
January 31, 2002

To be eligible for the Award for Conservation , projects must be:
completed in the UK or Ireland between 31 January 2001 and 28 February 2002; accessible to the public. Projects can include: conservation of individual items or whole collections, or the decorative elements or fixtures associated with a historic building, or monuments and sculptures, or preventive conservation to improve the environment in which a collection is housed.

To be eligible for the Award for Research and Innovation , projects must be: accepted for publication or put on the market in the UK between 31 January 2001 and 28 February 2002; completed programmes of research or development aimed at furthering the practice of conservation, including production of materials, equipment, systems or techniques for improved conservation or collection care, or for examination, analysis, treatment or monitoring.

Full details here
Contact: Awards Coordinator
Address: UKIC (Awards)
109 The Chandlery
50 Westminster Bridge Road
London SE1 7QY

Telephone: (and fax) : 020 7326 0995
Email: consawards@britishlibrary.net

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