The Southeast Regional Conservation Association (SERCA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1998 by conservators working in the Atlanta, Georgia area. The group brings together individuals who are involved in the preservation of historic and artistic works in the Southeastern United States. SERCA promotes education, collegiality, outreach, and the exchange of ideas on a professional level to advance the preservation of cultural property.
The organization holds annual conferences in the Southeast and maintains an electronic mailing list. For more information, please view our About, Annual Meeting, and Contact pages. For more information about the field of conservation, see our Links page, and to consult with a professional conservator, view our Find a Conservator page.
Join us at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, GA on March, 10th to 12th, 2023 for our Annual Meeting!
This year’s meeting is titled “Hurricanes Hardly (?) Happen” and expands on our previous virtual meeting topics to take a look at climate and conservation. See our Annual Meeting page for more details.