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- Metal 2013 Interim Meeting
- Metal 2010 Interim Meeting
- Metal Working Group Coordination Team 2011-2014
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The Metal Working Group is the conservation community’s peek body concerned with the conservation, restoration and preservation of all objects made of metals or metallic alloys of archaeological, indigenous, artistic, or historical origin. The aim of the Metals Working Group is to foster conservation and to promote the conservation science of Metals, to encourage the networking of conservators and metals experts, and to facilitate the dissemination of information on current conservation practice, research, and education; by electronic communication, meetings, specialty groups, and social networks. The Working Group Metals publishes a biannual Newsletter. The latter is produced in collaboration with a broad community of conservators and conservation scientists who contribute to the international development of metals conservation practice.