Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC)

Company Information

Contact: Colin Turner (Executive Director)

2400 3rd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Business
612-870-3120

Year Established: 1977

Specialties: Conservators, Fine Art & Object, Museum Consultants

Training/Experience: All conservators have advanced degrees in Fine Art Conservation from one of the following: New York University; the State University College of New York at Buffalo; Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario; or from the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation. All are Fellows or Professional Associates of the American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.

Notes: Non-profit organization with 39 years of experience in the conservation and preservation of Objects, Paintings, Textiles, Paper, and educational programming. MACC provides: treatments; item-specific surveys; general preservation needs assessment surveys; disaster planning; collection care workshops; free technical assistance; free loans of light meters and dataloggers; and a 24 hour helpline for disaster relief. All work and programming to AIC Code of Ethics by highly skilled and collegial staff.

Projects

Project: 
art and artifact conservation treatments
Location: 
largest to smallest collecting institutions in the Midwest
Year: 
1977 - present
Project: 
general preservation needs assessment surveys
Location: 
largest to smallest collecting institutions in the Midwest
Year: 
1977 - present
Project: 
collections care workshops
Location: 
largest to smallest collecting institutions in the Midwest
Year: 
1977 - present