Technical Workshop: Preservation Issues for Small Museums and Family Custodians
November 30, 2012
Preservation Issues for Small Museums and Family Custodians
Are you working with a local historical organization with a collection of documents and objects or taking care of important family papers and heirlooms? If so, this workshop is designed for you.
Presented in partnership with the New England Document Conservation Center (NEDCC) this one-day technical workshop is designed for small historical organizations, small museums, and local historical societies as well as individuals who are the custodians of important family papers and heirlooms. It will cover the agents of deterioration that affect our collections (the environment, pests, and mold), as well as cover bests practices for storage and handling of archives and artifacts. Collection items that are hazards will also be discussed.
Donia Conn, the presenter of this workshop, serves as education and outreach coordinator at NEDCC, and she has worked in the fields of conservation and preservation for the past 18 years, specializing in book conservation and preservation training. She presents workshops and webinars on preservation and digitization topics, responds to technical inquiries from around the world, and consults with institutions on disaster planning and preservation issues.
Location: 30 Park Street, Concord, NH
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Cost: $55 for New Hampshire Historical Society members and $75 for nonmembers
Contact: For more information about the workshop contact Director of Education Stephanie Skenyon at email@example.com or 603/856-0611.
To register by telephone with a credit card, call Education Services Coordinator Stephanie Fortin at 603/856-0604.