The October 2019 issue of NC Preserves is now available. In this issue:
- Details on the upcoming Annual Conference. You won’t want to miss this event, register now!
- A 2nd round of NCMC/NCPC Hurricane Assistance Grants has been announced.
- NCPC Preservation Grant update from Mendenhall Homeplace. Applications are due March 15, 2020, for the next round of grants.
- NCPC Institutional Member High Point Museum receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant. Read about the project that got funded through NEH.
- In other preservation news the Institute of Museum and Library Services released a new report based on the Heritage Health Survey; and LYRASIS Performing Arts Readiness is helping theaters and other performing arts venues prepare for and recover from disasters. Two great pieces of preservation information to know about.
Thanks for reading and don’t forget to renew your membership to get discounts on workshop and Annual Conference registrations.
“Battling the Bloom: Mold Protections for Collections”
November 13, 2017
North Carolina State University
North Carolina Preservation Consortium’s 2017 annual conference will address preventing, identifying, and remediating mold in archival and object collections. Experts from the fields of conservation, preservation, and industrial hygiene will help participants learn about the risks mold poses for buildings, artifacts, and collections stewards.
The headline speaker for this day-long event will be Susan Duhl, a Baltimore-based conservator with expertise in paper collections and broad knowledge of disaster recovery and collections management. In addition, Dr. Wayne Thomann of Duke University will shed light on mold’s risks to human health. North Carolina conservators will add in-depth discussions on paintings and objects, and discuss mold mitigation in historic buildings.
Don’t wait for mold to strike first. Arm yourself with knowledge and resources to battle the bloom. Register now to get the lowest rates. Early bird registration ends October 15, 2017.
The October issue of NC Preserves is now available. In this issue:
- More information on the upcoming NCPC Annual Conference including our lineup of speakers. There is still time to register for the November 20th event.
- The North Carolina History Center is seeking family stories of the Civil War.
- A review of upcoming NCPC workshops. Don’t miss out!
- An excerpt from the National Parks Service publication “Removing Graffiti From Historic Masonry.”
- Announcing the 2015 NCPC Preservation Grants recipients.
- News regarding our website and listservs.
Our next newsletter will be published in January 2016. We would love to hear about our members’ preservation projects, initiatives and staff. If you have a story to share, please see our News page for information on how to submit it for publication.