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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In honor of National Tattoo Day, join the North Carolina Preservation Consortium to learn more about the Tattoo Archive in Winston Salem from North Carolina’s own Chuck Eldridge. Chuck Eldridge is a retired tattoo artist and co-founder of the Paul Rogers Tattoo Research Center, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization located in Winston-Salem, NC, also known as the Tattoo Archive.
Chuck will speak about the rich history of tattooing in North Carolina, the history of the Tattoo Archive and Tattoo Research Center, and the collection. While tattooing was illegal in states neighboring North Carolina at different points in time, it has never been illegal in North Carolina. Perhaps this helped cultivate the art in the state. He will also share information about the greater national movement to preserve tattoo history.
NC Niche Collections: The Tattoo Archive, Winston-Salem, NC Thursday, July 14, 2022 10:00a.m. – 11:30a.m. Online. Register at https://bit.ly/3LXlAB0 Registration is free. This event will be recorded and a link to the video will be sent to all who register.
This event is made possible through a grant from the Foundation for the Advancement in Conservation (FAIC). FAIC is a 501(c)3 corporation that supports conservation education, research, and outreach activities that increase understanding of our global cultural heritage. To learn more about FAIC, visit https://www.culturalheritage.org/.
The Board of Directors of the North Carolina Preservation Consortium is seeking qualified applicants for its Executive Director position. We are looking for applicants who are committed to preserving the cultural heritage of North Carolina, and who enjoy working collaboratively with colleagues across the state.
The Executive Director is a critical part of the ongoing success of NCPC. The duties of the Executive Director are outlined in the NCPC Bylaws, as well as in the job description. Responsibilities include organizational support, communications, financial management, outreach and promotion, and specific committee assignments. This position reports to the Board of Directors, and receives a stipend that is approved by the Board of Directors each fiscal year. A stipend of $1,500 has been approved for the 2022-23 fiscal year.
Interviews will begin in early June, 2022. Please get your application material in as soon as possible.
Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and references via email to:
Carolyn Grosch, NCPC President email@example.com