BAPCR
THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF PAINTINGS
CONSERVATOR-RESTORERS
Founded 1943

Save the date
BAPCR AGM
Thursday 9th July 2015

 

At the Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3AT

Doors 6.30pm, AGM 7.00pm, talk at 7.30pm (TBC)

We look forward to welcoming you at the Art Workers’ Guild for our AGM and evening talk on Thursday, the 9th July 2015. 

The details of the talk will be announced in May

 

 

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The normal admission to our evening meetings is:-

£15 to members of the BAPCR
£20 for non-members

 

You can pay for your tickets by:

- Cheque (pounds sterling) – payable to the BAPCR and posted to: BAPCR, 4 Caburn Crescent, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1NR

- BACS transfer – NatWest, Sort code: 53 50 33, Account number: 5300 0757   

-  PayPal - You will need an existing Paypal account or you can set up a new Paypal Account via  www.paypal.com. When making payment, follow the instructions online. Click on “Send money” tab. Enter  BAPCRsecretary@gmail.com  when prompted  (PLEASE ADD £1 TO YOUR FEE TO COVER THE PAYPAL CHARGES THAT WE INCUR)


Please email Gemma Collins, BAPCR Secretary at
BAPCRsecretary@gmail.com with you name and email address details when you pay for your tickets.

It will be possible to join the BAPCR at the door:
Associate membership  £55
Student membership  £20 (free for first year)

 

 

 

The British Association of Paintings Conservator-Restorers works hard to promote and foster the practice of paintings conservation in the UK and around the world. We are the professional organization for conservator-restorers of paintings, and have members internationally.

Membership is restricted to practising restorers, conservation scientists, students on recognized training courses and trainees in private studios. More experienced restorer members can have applied for Fellowship, our professional qualification. Fellows would be expected to have an advanced level of competence, as well as suitable premises, sound business practice and general immersion in the field. A representative cross-section of their work was also inspected by examiners appointed by the Council of the BAPCR.

The BAPCR administers a scheme for public enquirers, to direct them to existing Fellows in their area (see ‘Find a Restorer’). They can then be confident that their artworks are in the hands of an accredited practitioner. Members receive our twice-yearly journal, the Picture Restorer, now in its twenty-second year of publication, and attend regular meetings with a guest speaker at the Art Workers Guild in Central London.