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Promoting best practice in conservation in Aotearoa

A professional association of conservators of cultural property in Aotearoa. You will find us all over the country working in museums, galleries and in private practice. NZCCM provides support to our members and can connect you with qualified conservators who are committed to following our Code of Ethics. Even if you are not a conservator there are lots of ways you can connect with us and support our mission.

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Latest News and Events

NZCCM Webinar: Auckland After the Flood

16 February 2023, 2-4 p.m (GMT+13)

NZCCM members will have received an email with a link to the webinar. If you are not a member of NZCCM but would like to attend this webinar please email: or

The webinar will focus on the impact to Auckland and pannelists will present case studies for this or previous floods with takeaways and how events highlighted gaps in their knowledge.

NZCCM Host an Evening with the ERC

31 January 2023 9-10 pm (GMT+13).

Join us for a free evening webinar with Patricia Engel, Director of the European Research Centre for Book and Paper Conservation-Restoration.

Patricia will present on the work of the ERC, based at the University of Krems in Austria. 

This free webinar is 31 January 2023 9 -10 pm (GMT+13). The presentation will run for approximately 30 minutes and there will be 30 minutes for Q&A afterwards.

For the latest news on conservation activities and events around Aotearoa - click here.

The NZCCM directory has over 100 members with diverse specialisms from paintings to musical instruments. You can use it to find an expert in your region who is qualified to care for your taonga; art, object or building.

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The NZCCM supports its members through networking opportunities, including the annual conference supporting CPD, training, workshops and advocacy. 

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Having a Disaster and Emergency Plan can really help when disaster strikes.  Have you experienced a disaster? Talk to our experts about recovery of your Taonga. 

The NZCCM Conference is held annually.  Anyone is welcome to attend. Members of NZCCM and AICCM receive a discount on registration. 

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