THE NORDIC ASSOCIATION OF CONSERVATORS - SWEDEN
NKF –S is a non-profit organisation for conservators working in Sweden. Our members work with conservation of art, cultural and natural history collections, as well as historical houses and heritage environments.
A conservator tries to reduce and prevent deterioration by preserving, conserving, and sometimes restoring for aesthetical reasons.
Associated membership in NKF-S is open to everyone interested in conservation. Ordinary membership is open to those who have completed a minimum of 3 years’ conservation studies at university. Ordinary members may apply for scholarship from the Märta, Gunnar, and Arvid Bothén Foundation.
All members may attend the annual general assembly, all members receive the paper Realia, and all members are welcome to join the informal colloquial gatherings in different locations in Sweden.
NKF-S links Swedish members to the other sections of the Nordic Association of Conservators, NKF, in Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland. All members receive the NKF publication MoK.
NKF was founded in 1950 and functions as a regional group of the International Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works, IIC. And as such NKF may also be referred to as the Nordic IIC Group. All IIC regional sections are members of the European Confederation of Conservator-Restorers´ Organisations, E.C.C.O.
Contact the NKF-S board and members through emailing to kontakt[at]nkf-s.se, or through filling out the form to the left. You are also welcome to write a letter or contact us via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
103 61 Stockholm