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Restoration Conversations Magazine

Restoration Conversations is a digital magazine spotlighting the achievements of women in history and today. We produce two issues a year: Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter.


Our newest issue (Spring/Summer 2024) is OUT in its online version.

Click on the covers below to read each issue of the magazine below.


Current issue: Spring/Summer 2024

Past issues

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Topics we explore

Our magazine is interview-heavy and designed to bring curators, art historians, museum directors and authors to the forefront. We feature exhibition round-ups, archival detective work, and the views of modern-day women committed to the culture scene in Florence and London. The magazine strives to offer inter-disciplinary perspectives exploring the fields of art, literature, music and science, in order to restore women’s contributions to history. We are also dedicated to showcasing the art and science of conservation as a means of promoting and protecting women’s oeuvres for the future.


How can I get a copy?

To flip through magazine issues online, please click on the magazine covers above and use the arrows to scroll pages. Calliope Arts produces a small print-run of each issue of Restoration Conversations, which our fans and friends can order online, on The Florentine Press website, where a PDF version is also available for free download.


For Restoration Conversations writers

Our articles, printed in English, usually run from 750 to 1,200 words, and are accompanied by five to ten HD photographs, submitted in jpeg format, with short picture captions (Image title, author, date, location and source). Our audience ranges from sector experts and professionals to art and culture lovers from the general public, who are looking to learn more about the forgotten side of history. To submit articles for consideration, please write to


Header photo: Rose and Richard Pritts, ‘The archives at the Innocenti Museum’ in Florence, 2019

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