NASM Conservation Unit
National Air and Space Museum: Conservation Internships
Project Title: Conservation Triage Project: Conservation Internship, Summer 2016
Location: Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Emil Buehler Conservation Laboratory, Virginia
Duration: 10 weeks (May to August 2015 time frame)
Two conservation interns are requested to assist the NASM Conservation unit with examination, documentation, conservation treatment and rehousing of objects in the NASM collection.
The Washington Conservation Guild proudly presents
3rd Annual Intern and Fellow Portfolio Day
Thursday November 12, 2015
5:00- 6:30 p.m.
Welcome, pre-programmers! We hope you will take advantage of this amazing opportunity to view portfolios and ask questions about graduate education in art conservation. You’ll have the chance to meet current students and recent alumni from the North American art conservation graduate programs.
NASM has an opening for a new position- Full time objects conservator, GS 11. This position is located in the Conservation Unit of the Collections Division of the Smithsonian Institution National Air and Space Museum (NASM), which is responsible for properly protecting the National Collections of aeronautics and space artifacts in perpetuity and guaranteeing intellectual as well as physical control over those collections.