Bringing preservation professionals together to share ideas is one of the hallmarks of the annual NCPC conference. Each year we look forward to welcoming many voices to the table to celebrate preservation efforts across the state and to learn from one another. This year’s conference, the first in-person gathering in three years, takes as its theme a metaphorical potluck. Recognizing that there are a wide variety of projects, interests, and challenges in the field, NCPC invites proposals on any topic that the preservation community feels is important. We are embracing a broad theme and keeping an open mind to find out what’s cooking in cultural heritage.
The North Carolina Preservation Consortium is pleased to announce the appointment of Dana Corson as our new Executive Director. Ms. Corson currently serves as the Preservation Planner for the City of Wilson, North Carolina. Previous to her joining the City of Wilson, she was Preservation Manager for Historic New England in Boston, Massachusetts and served as Historic Preservation Planner for the City of Newport, Rhode Island. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Historic Preservation from Roger Williams University and a Master of Fine Arts in Historic Preservation from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Ms. Corson has over 15 years of experience in historic preservation, planning and zoning, and project management and we are very excited for her to bring her knowledge and understanding to our organization. Outside of work she enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, working on her golf game, and collecting fabric for her various clothing and quilting projects.
If you haven’t had the chance to meet Dana yet, we hope you’ll reach out to get to know her soon.
Make Preservation Happen: Preservation Assistance Grants for Smaller Institutions
Make Preservation Happen: Preservation Assistance for Grants for Smaller Institutions
Thursday, September 8, 2022 11:00a.m.-12:00p.m. EDT Online via Teams Cost: Free Register at https://bit.ly/3bGjjNA
Calling all libraries, archives, historical societies, museums, and cultural organizations! Do you need extra funding to make your preservation goals a reality?
Join the National Endowment for the Humanities and the North Carolina Preservation Consortium to learn more about this $10,000 NEH grant for preservation assessments, consultations, training, and supplies. Participants will learn about the application process and have a chance to share their project ideas with other attendees. Projects may support the preservation of physical as well as digital humanities collections.
The webinar will be accessible to persons with disabilities, consistent with the standards prescribed by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. § 794(d)).
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