[Preservenw] FOCUS ON COLLECTIONS CARE WORKSHOP SERIES -
SEATTLE AND EUGENE
Lois.Fenker at spl.org
Thu Mar 26 13:58:15 PDT 2009
Did you get this? I wonder if I should forward to Jennifer/Jodee??? Could you look over and also the emergency preparedness for materials? Thanks
From: preservenw-bounces at mailman2.u.washington.edu [mailto:preservenw-bounces at mailman2.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Amanda Resch
Sent: Thursday, March 26, 2009 12:16 PM
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Subject: [Preservenw] FOCUS ON COLLECTIONS CARE WORKSHOP SERIES - SEATTLE AND EUGENE
FOCUS ON COLLECTIONS CARE WORKSHOP SERIES
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
APRIL 22-24, 2009
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
JUNE 3-5, 2009
Balboa Art Conservation Center (BACC) will be presenting a three-day workshop series designed for institutions with material-based collections in Seattle, hosted by the University of Washington and in Eugene, hosted by the University of Oregon. Staff involved in collections care stewardship, policy making, exhibition development, installation, and students in degree related programs are encouraged to attend. A selection of workshop titles will be offered to allow participants to select the training topics appropriate to their needs and experience levels. Cost varies depending upon the number of workshops taken and individuals from qualifying institutions may apply for stipend assistance.
New Focus on Collections Care workshops being offered include:
Preserving Museum Collections 101
Preserving Museum Collections 301
Care of Collections: Books
Care of Collections: Textiles
Care of Collections: Paper and Photographic Materials
Or, participants may also enroll in the new three-day intensive Emergency Preparedness Intensive for Material Collections.
To view the complete workshop brochure with course descriptions and registration form, see the following links:
Contact the BACC Field Service Office at 619.236.9702 or via email at wrfso at bacc.org<mailto:wrfso at bacc.org> with any questions.
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