The Virginia Conservation Association (VCA) promotes the care and preservation of cultural materials.
The VCA offers education and training for those involved in conservation and provides a forum for
discussion of pertinent issues and new developments in the field.

Latest News

VCA Kittiewan Plantation Reminder and Sign-up

Hi all, Join us this Sunday (4/7) for the April meeting at Kittiewan Plantation. Kittiewan is the headquarters of the Archaeological Society of VA, and they’re going to give us a tour of the house and the Civil War archaeology of the site. It looks like it’s going to be a lovely Spring afternoon! Don’t

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January Meeting: “Tenacity” Exhibit, Jamestown Settlement

Dear VCA members, This is a reminder that the VCA January Program is being held tonight at Jamestown Settlement at 5:30 to see the ‘Tenacity’ exhibit with friends and colleagues, and presentations by Katherine Egner Gruber, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation’s Special Exhibits Curator, and conservators who were involved in treating artifacts in the exhibition. It’s not too late to sign-up! We

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January 2019 Meeting

If you plan to attend the VCA’s January 24th Program, ‘Tenacity’ at Jamestown Settlement, please sign up via the link below. We hope you can make it and look forward to seeing you there!

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