Intermediate Cemetery Preservation,
Celebrate All Saints Day this year with a two-day cemetery workshop. Jason Church is returning to North Carolina to provide more intensive instruction in gravestone restoration, including cleaning and re-setting. Broader cemetery preservation concepts, such as planning and documentation, will also be covered.
- Dates and Time: November 1-2, 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 each day
- Locations: Mooresville Public Library, 304 S Main St, Mooresville, NC 28115, and Willow Valley Cemetery
- Instructor: Jason Church, Materials Conservator for the National Parks Service’s Center for Preservation Technology and Training
- Who should attend? Professionals and volunteers with an interest in stewarding the cultural heritage resources that cemeteries maintain.
- Registration: A $100 fee for NCPC members and $125 for non-members covers refreshments, lunches, and supplies for both days of the workshop. Sign up here!
Basic Book Repair
Come join the bibliophilic fun! On Friday, September 21, 2018, two expert instructors will teach a variety of techniques, including spine replacement, tipping in pages, end sheet replacement, and repairing paper tears.
- Date & Time: September 21, 2018, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
- Location: Special Collections Conservation Lab, Joyner Library, ECU, East 5th Street Greenville, NC 27858-4353
- Instructors: Craig Fansler, Preservation Librarian at the Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University, and Larry Houston, Preservation Librarian at the Joyner Library, East Carolina University, will lead the session.
- Who Should Attend? This workshop is intended for staff and volunteers in libraries, archives, museums, historic sites, and other heritage institutions. Books will be supplied for attendees to work on, but you are encouraged to bring 1 or 2 books which need repair. If time permits, we’ll work on what you bring.
- Registration: The registration fee for this workshop is $50.00 for employees of NCPC member institutions and individual NCPC members, and $75.00 for non-members. Click here to register
NCPC Cancellation and Refund Policy
All questions regarding registration should be directed to Adrienne Berney, NCPC Education Committee, email@example.com. All fees listed on the registration form are in US dollars. There is a cancellation fee of 10% of the Registration Fee up to 10 days before the workshop. No refunds are given for cancellations made within the 10 days prior to the workshop. NCPC Member Institutions may substitute a staff member in the event the registrant cannot attend. Please inform NCPC within 24 hours of the workshop if you will be sending a substitute. No other substitutions are permitted without the permission of NCPC. No refunds will be issued for no-shows. In the event that a workshop is canceled due to low attendance, adverse weather, or other causes beyond NCPC’s control, registrants will be notified and may opt to either have their registration fee applied to another class or conference, or have their fees refunded. NCPC accepts no responsibility in such cases beyond the refund of the workshop registration fees.
Workshop Wait List Policy
If a workshop is full, NCPC will maintain a wait list on a first-come first-served basis. You must register within 24 hours of notification to reserve your seat. The wait list will close 48 hours prior to the workshop, however NCPC reserves the right to add registrants within that period. NCPC reserves the right to add additional seats to a workshop at its discretion. In the event additional seats are added to a workshop, the next person on the wait list will be contacted and registrations accepted until the workshop is filled.
North Carolina Preservation Consortium
The North Carolina Preservation Consortium (NCPC) promotes the preservation of collections in libraries, museums, archives, and historic sites; monuments, memorials, and outdoor art; archaeological sites and collections; historic and cultural architecture; and private collections of family treasures. Our preservation mission addresses proper care and handling; storage and environmental control; disaster preparedness and recovery; the repair, reformatting and conservation of damaged items; and collection security.
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We invite you to join NCPC. Our annual institutional membership fee is only $100.00. Higher levels of support are voluntary. Individual memberships are also available. Benefits of membership include registration discounts on workshops and the annual conference. Members are eligible to hold leadership positions as officers and may serve on the consortium’s board of directors and committees. Member institutions are eligible for NCPC preservation grants. The success of our state wide preservation program depends on the talents, diversity, and generosity of our colleagues. Together we can make a difference in the survival of our heritage collections. Join NCPC today!
Our programs are made possible by the generous financial support of institutional and individual members, corporate sponsors, and the Friends of NCPC. If you would like to make a tax deductible donation to NCPC please visit our Preservation Philanthropy web page or contact:
Interim Executive Director
North Carolina Preservation Consortium (NCPC)
If you are interested in hosting a workshop, please contact NCPC.
- Summer Storage Camp (Wake Forest University Museum of Anthropology), 7/30/2018
- Costume Mounts (Raleigh, NC), 5/21/18
- Historic Buildings Workshop (Wilmington, NC), 4/23/2018
- Disaster Planning, Response and Recovery (National Guard Museum, Raleigh), 11/6-7/2017
- Introduction to the Care of Historic Cemeteries (High Point Museum), 11/3/2017
- Intermediate Book Repair (Z. Smith Reynolds Library), 9/29/2017
- Preservation of Textiles (Page-Walker Arts and History Center), 9/8/2017
- Condition Reporting Workshop (NC Natural and Cultural Resources Western Office), 8/18/2017
- Boxmaking Workshop (Earl Scruggs Center), 7/28/2017
- Preservation of Scrapbooks (High Point Museum), 4/21/2017
- Care of Archaeological Collections (UNC-Chapel Hill), 3/13/2017
- Preserving the Historic Building, 7/20/2016
- Introduction to the Care of Historic Cemeteries, 7/22/2016