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Past events

05/16/2024 Evening Reception (FREE)
05/15/2024 Museum Tour Day
05/12/2022 2022 Preparators Conference

PACCIN Rigging workshops, May 1 & 2, 2020 Wilmington, DE

Access + Care: Indigenous Knowledges and Archival Practice, October 23, 2019

Practical Book Repair Webinar, October 3, 2019, 2-3 PM ET

Free FAIC C2C  Webinar: Don't Fan the Flames: Understanding fire and what to do about it

Apollo 11 Celebration on the Mall in Washington, DC

ARCS Webinar: - Conservation Reg Flags: Warning Signs for your Collection, July 10. 2019

IIC Student and Emerging Conservator Conference

PACCIN Beers with Peers Event in Los Angeles on May 23rd!

The local LA PACCIN community will be getting together at the Golden Road Brewery, 5410 W. San Fernando Rd,  between 6-8 PM. Come join us after work, mingle with your colleagues and maybe meet new ones! 

Register for AV Workshop Sessions in Binghamton and Glen Falls by May 14! 

The deadline is approaching to register for the Documentary Heritage and Preservation Services for New York (DHPSNY) first two workshop sessions of Care and Preservation of Audiovisual Materials. Sessions begin on Tuesday, May 28 at Binghamton University – State University of New York and Wednesday, May 29 at the Crandall Public Library. You must register for these sessions by Tuesday, May 14!

As always, DHPSNY's workshops are presented free of charge for New York institutions, and space is limited. Visit for a complete schedule of upcoming programs.

Rijksmuseum to exhibit 400 works of Rembrandt

PACCIN 2019 PREPARATORS CONFERENCE Registration and Presentation schedule. Join us in Amsterdam!

ARCS/CCN/GW Social in Washington, DC on February 6, 2019.

The 2019 PACCIN Conference will be held in Amsterdam, hosted by the Van Gogh Museum, The Stedjlik Museum and the Rijksmuseum April 11-13, 2019. 

About us

PACCIN is an organization created by, and committed to supporting the work of, Hands-On Collections Care Professionals.
Our members include individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds and disciplines in both the non-profit, and for-profit arenas.
We are a network of professionals engaged in dialogue with the goal of establishing the guidelines, and best practices needed to secure a sustainable future for the materials that illuminate our past, this while rooted solidly in the realities of the present.
If your job puts you in contact with Art, Artifacts, or other Collections materials and you are charged with their physical preservation then you are one of us.

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Become a member today to support our ongoing efforts to connect individuals in our profession, share information and techniques to help you in your work, and promote better interaction with others in the museum field.


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