The Archaeological Conservation Institute program engages students in a full and unique approach to conservation.
The program is designed to give the students a holistic understanding of conservation, cultural heritage and Italy through hands-on activity, field trips and seminars.
The program prepares students for work in public history, museum studies, art conservation, and archeological field work. Through hands-on training, students apply scientific, technological know-how and problem-solving skills to the preservation of cultural heritage.
Over the course of seven years we have successfully run nine ACI training courses with over 100 students from various colleges and universities in the United States. The program is conducted in English by professional conservators.
Visit the web site devoted to ACI, Archaeological Conservation Institute.
It is a platform where we share information and experiences about all our past ACI courses, and where we give students the opportunity to present their application for the next Archaeological Conservation course. Watch the videos of the past courses to know more.