The Williamstown and Atlanta Art Conservation Center is a nonprofit institution formed in 1970, devoted to the conservation and preservation of cultural historical objects. Our Williamstown location has a multidisciplinary team of highly-skilled, professional conservators and staff members that serve museums, libraries, educational institutions, corporations, and private collectors. Our collaborative efforts in cultural heritage are enacted through various types of treatment, technical analysis, research, education, and public outreach.
We treat a variety of objects including paintings, works on paper, furniture, frames, wooden objects, textiles, and sculpture. We welcome new clients to set up a consultation with one of our experienced conservators to provide advice on conservation, treatment strategies, and preventative care.
On the terrace of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill at The Clark Art Institute, large windows let in the sunlight and give glimpses of treatments in progress. The Center is not open to the public, but we provide pre-arranged group tours of the labs by appointment. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at 413-458-5741 for more information or visit our website.