About Conservation

Conservation on Social Media

Our Accounts

AIC maintains a presence online using more than just this website. We offer many ways to connect and find conservation content. For more information about our online or digital resources, visit Resources.

Member Accounts

In addition to these AIC-based resources many conservators are active in social media and create interesting blogs, twitter feeds, videos, and more. Museum, archive, and library conservation departments also share their work online. This content can serve as an introduction to conservation in general as well as provide insight into the opportunities and challenges our conservation professionals face on a regular basis. Explore these social media links below and enjoy learning more about the conservation community!
Share your accounts!
share-iconLink your social media accounts with your directory profile. To do this, go to www.conservation-us.org/mysocial

Tumblr Feeds

Conservator and active social media presence Suzy Morgan maintains several lists at her Tumblr Conserve This! A few examples:
For a complete list visit:

Twitter Lists

(Lists of people to follow about particular subjects, created by users)

Conservation Blogroll

The AIC Blog includes a blogroll of allied blogs - a list of related blogs about conservation practice. These blogs have been created by museums, conservation practices, and more.

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Conservation Videos

Emerging Conservation Professionals

The following links to social media profiles for conservation graduate programs and groups focused on emerging professionals are a good starting point for those interested in joining the field. You can also find more information about becoming a conservator here

Article(s) on outreach

This article about outreach using social media appeared in AIC News in early 2015. Read for great insights into the many ways to share professional content. Suzy Morgan has also created a list of conservators active in social media. If you would like to add yourself to her list, visit her Tumblr page

*Please note that these external sources are neither vetted nor endorsed by AIC. Contact Katelin Lee with content for AIC's social media outlets, or Bonnie Naugle with links that should be included on this page.