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International Journal of Young Conservators and Restorers of Works of Art (ICAR)

Tuesday 20 February 2018 (Categories: Non ICOM/ICOM-CC, Art Technological Source Research, Documentation, Education and Training in Conservation, Glass and Ceramics, Graphic Documents, Leather and Related Materials, Legal Issues in Conservation, Metals, Modern Materials and Contemporary Art, Murals, Stone and Rock Art, Natural History Collections, Objects from Indigenous and World Cultures, Paintings, Photographic Materials, Preventive Conservation, Scientific Research, Sculpture, Polychromy and Architectural Decorations, Textiles, Theory, History, and Ethics of Conservation, Wet Organic and Archaeological Materials, Wood, Furniture and Lacquer)

Call for Papers now open from 19th of  February to 31st of March 2018. Call for abstracts to the third issue of “ICAR The International Journal of Young Conservators and Restorers of Works of Art”. The publication was founded at and is supported by the Faculty of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Poland. 

The international scientific Journal "ICAR" is dedicated to students and recent graduates of conservation and restoration of works of art and related disciplines from universities 
and conservation schools. ICAR is the answer to a desire to publish academic research in professional journals, indicated numerous times by students and emerging conservators and restorers. We hope that it will become a platform for exchange of thoughts, learning and development for emerging scientists – conservators and restorers of works of art.

We invite all students and young graduates to submit abstracts of their papers.

We take greatest care of the quality of published papers. They are carefully selected by the Scientific Committee. Our journal is peer-reviewed. We cooperate with a number of reviewers from Poland and other countries. Positive opinions from reviewers (who are the specialists within their field of profession – conservation and restoration and other connected fields) is the base for qualifying materials for printing. ICAR is an international journal, and thus the papers are published in English. 

On the ICAR’s website under the tabs “for the authors” you will find full Editorial Guidelines and additional notes on how to prepare an abstract and a research paper.

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