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Wednesday, May 28 • 9:30am - 3:30pm
(Workshop) Preservation Planning for Cultural Institutions LIMITED

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Effective stewardship does not simply happen - it must be thoughtfully planned. Every conservator should know how to develop and implement a preservation plan. An effective plan helps to optimize financial and staff resources and systematically approach preventive conservation issues and establish treatment priorities. Workshop participants will receive guidance to develop strategic, 3 to 5 year preservation plans for their collections or for institutions with which they consult. Through lecture, group activities, and discussion, workshop participants will learn about methods for assessing needs, the components of an effective plan, tools for prioritizing activities, how to establish realistic benchmarks, and how to advocate for preservation planning within their organization or with their clients. Participants will also be provided with templates for creating their own plans.

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Dyani Feige

Director of Preservation Services, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
Dyani Feige works with cultural organizations to conduct preservation assessments, assists in emergency preparedness, helps develop policy and planning documents, and develops and presents preservation-related educational programs. Previously, Feige worked for the Brooklyn Museum Libraries & Archives, the New York Public Library's Preservation Division, the Conference Board, and New York University's Bobst Library. She received her MSLIS with... Read More →
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Laura Hortz Stanton

Executive Director, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
Laura Hortz Stanton is Executive Director of CCAHA. Laura assumed this role in 2014 after having served seven years as CCAHA’s Director of Preservation Services. In this position, she conducted vulnerability and needs assessments, formulated disaster plans for museums, libraries, and other institutions, and taught preservation classes. Under her leadership, the Preservation Services Department implemented and presented educational... Read More →

Wednesday May 28, 2014 9:30am - 3:30pm
Seacliff B

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