Greater hudson heritage network. CONNECTING TO NEW YORK'S COLLECTIONS

Greater Hudson Heritage Network Weblog

greater hudson heritage network

In this case a Dutch, Lenape, Dominican garden was created. Workshops and panels will feature approaches such as storytelling, foodways, and tactile engagement. The work must be performed by, or under direct supervision of, a professional conservator. The goal is to maximize the direct contact. Historic Sites are more than the buildings, as our historic house practicum acknowledges, and a major part of many of these sites is the landscape.

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Greater Hudson Heritage Network Weblog

greater hudson heritage network

Nor were presentations in 30-60 minutes increments. To learn more about us, please click the 'Home' link at the bottom left. Many thanks to our friends at the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area for funding these trainings! Walk like an Egyptian, but eat like an ancient Babylonian. I have noticed from time to time at these history conferences the presence of museums dedicated to what happened in the old country, so to speak, and not to what happened here. The museum realized it did not have much in its collections. The welcome message touts the conference as a field guide in this area. I want to live in this next era of museums.

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State of New York State History

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Collections owned by state or federal agencies, or religious institutions are ineligible for grant support. Please note, our Final Report Requirements have changed. Please view our website, for further information and registration. Grant awards will be made to institutions lacking in-house conservation staff with expertise in the area for which support is requested. The students participate in the creation of a historical narrative through the interpretation of their findings during the camp.

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NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant

greater hudson heritage network

In my mind, the most interesting part of the website is Cultural Landscape Currents, an on-line journal of case studies of the stewardship of historic landscapes. Listen to our panelists including preservation librarians, conservators, and other experts in the field of collections care discuss such subjects as collections storage situations, collections care standards, disaster plans, and the challenges of working from home. Please be aware proof of non-profit status may be requested. I confess that I did not know there is a Russian History Museum in upstate New York. In this vein, we are sending out a call to cook, asking oral and public historians and storytellers throughout the world to share a food memory and a recipe that speaks to or re.

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NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant

greater hudson heritage network

For a limited time anyone can explore our Community Conversation toolkits on democracy, immigration, public education, the 2020 Census, and many other topics. What We Do Not Fund Grants will not support staff salaries. Furthermore, as seen in the example of the Brooklyn Museum, Internet technologies can benefit museums in ways other than attendance and marketing. Organizations may submit only one request, which may involve a single object or a group of related objects, all owned by the applicant institution. Not only are these programs rapidly gaining user-ship and attention, they are free tools that museums can use to reach their audience and beyond.

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Greater Hudson Heritage Network Archives

greater hudson heritage network

Extensive information on collections conservation and preservation, help in locating appropriate conservators, and assistance in obtaining conservation treatment estimates is available through the. A narrative maximum one page addressing the following: A narrative accounting of how grant funds were spent, i. You are also encouraged to contact us by phone at 914. Though our process is now paperless, many of the components from the old final report still remain. The normal concurrent session format was not followed.

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Greater Hudson Heritage Network Weblog

greater hudson heritage network

The opening talk in our archaeology society this season was about a dig conducted on the grounds of a high school by the high school students. Through train-the-trainer focus, this full-day workshop will equip attendees with the knowledge and skill sets necessary for cleaning, handling, and storing collections along with the tools to teach their volunteer base these critical skills. Eligible institutions of all sizes are welcome to request support from this state-wide program; those with small budgets are encouraged to apply. All proceeds go towards Museum Village's Education Program. The presenter is a science consultant hired by Historic House Trust, the private New York City entity that operates 23 historic sites owned by the city. See the Elf's sorting your letter's to Santa at the North Pole Weave Shop! The article was about another freed black gardener further north along the Hudson at Montgomery Place in Red Hook.

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NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant

greater hudson heritage network

As we enter the dog days of summer, the Greater Hudson Heritage Network is gearing up for fall with major improvements to our website,. Through grant making, policy development, and research, we help communities and individuals thrive through broad public access to knowledge, cultural heritage, and lifelong learning. A great resource on this subject is found at the website for The National Trust for Historic Preservation at. Instead, I will highlight some of the presentations that seem directly relevant to me based on my own interests. If you had fun and you value the work we do, please consider making a gift to the League! Face Painting in the Drug Store! Hooray for our wonderful hosts- Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute - and to all who joined us on our journey to think more creatively and look at our collections and approach our work in a whole new way! It pays homage to the peoples who were here in colonial times and those who are here today.

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