VIRTUAL CONFERENCE MEETING WEEKLY ON WEDNESDAYS SEPTEMBER 23 - OCTOBER 28 9:30AM - 12:30PM
Welcome to the 2020 GHHN Virtual Conference! We’re so glad you’re here.
We are using the virtual platform Hopin for our Virtual Conference - when you register for the weekly sessions of the Virtual Conference, you'll create a free Hopin profile. You'll use this Hopin profile to access the weekly events. Hopin will send a reminder email 24 hours and 1 hour prior to the Virtual Conference weekly sessions you’ve signed up for. You can click on the link in the email and it will take you directly into the weekly session.
Once you’re logged in, you’ll land in the Reception Area. At the left of your screen you should see the 4 distinct Conference Areas - Stage, Sessions, Networking, and Expo. You will navigate to each area by simply clicking on them. Each weekly session will begin with a welcome on the Stage at 9:30 AM EST. Priscilla and Kerry from GHHN will kickoff the Conference in the Weekly Welcome along with a special welcome from one of our Platinum Partners. After the presentation on the Stage is complete, there will be a pre-recorded video to explain how the Virtual Conference works.
All areas of the Conference have dedicated 'chat boxes'. There is an AllConference Chat that everyone in the Conference can see, Session-specific Chats that can only be seen when you are in the sessions, and booth chats, which can only be seen when you are in that specific expo booth. GHHN will use the All-Conference Chat to send messages to all attendees. You can also connect directly with others who are in the Virtual Conference by navigating to the "People" tab, and clicking on someone's name. From there, you can view their profile, send a direct message (when you have a direct message, a notification will appear up next your profile picture as a red dot in the envelope icon), or even invite them to a one on one video chat.
Make sure to visit our Virtual Exhibitors! At 9:40 AM EST, the Expo booths will also be available. There are two ten minute "coffee breaks' at 10:20 AM EST and 11:10 AM EST. At 12:00 PM EST, we'll once again direct people to visit the Expo area for a longer stretch. Some of the exhibitors may be 'going live' and will be available to speak with you during these times. If they're not live in their booth, they have provided content and links for you to explore. You can register interest and let them know you've stopped by the booth and would like to follow up with them by clicking on the big blue 'Register Interest' or "Request to Follow Up' button.
At 9:40AM EST, the sessions will begin in the Sessions area. Simply click into the session you’d like to attend. Some weeks will have concurrent sessions, some wNQQ have just one happening at a time. When you click into a session, you'll be in Viewing Mode by default. Caution! Don't click the "Share Audio and Video" button at the top - that will put you on camera! Make sure to type a 'hello' into the chat so our panelists know who's watching! Towards the end of the session, the session moderator or speaker will open the floor to questions and comments. You can ask questions directly in the chat, or you can request to come up on screen. To go on screen, click the button at the top that says "Share Audio and Video" Clicking this button means you want to participate on live video — people can see and hear you in the session. The session moderators or speakers will work through the queue, allowing people up on screen (only those who choose to) to ask questions.
Some weeks will feature the Networking Area. At the pre-specified time during those weeks, navigate over to Networking, click “Ready" and you will be paired up with another person for a quick video chat (up to 3 minutes). If you both hit “Connect” at the end of the call, then your info will be exchanged digitally so you can follow up later. Other weeks will feature a Museum Trivia Party in the Stage Area, or Forum Discussions (where you can create your own session) - if this occurs during a weekly session you are attending, you’ll see a button saying ‘Create A Session’ at the top of the listed Sessions. Once you fill out the form, your session will be listed right on the weekly schedule for anyone to join!
We want to know what you're thinking during the Virtual Conference - if you're on social media, make sure to share a photo of you, your screen, your thoughts, etc - and tag us @thghhn on all social media platforms. The hashtag for the Virtual Conference is #ghhnvcon20 GHHN Executive Director Priscilla Brendler, GHHN Program Director Kerry Sclafani, and GHHN Conference Monitor Zoe McWhirter will all be on hand to help you out if you have any questions during the Virtual Conference. If you have any technical questions, please send Kerry Sclafani a direct message. We are delighted to have you with us as we explore “Then Now Next: What Does the Future of Museums Look Like?”
WE ARE GREATER HUDSON HERITAGE NETWORK
We are a NYS-based professional service organization formed to advance and to advocate the preservation and interpretation of the area’s historical, ethnic and cultural heritages. GHHN is the ‘go-to’ service organization for responsive assistance, interpretation and collections care.
GHHN’s program services are local, professional and statewide. We offer workshops, webinars, consultations, technical assistance, a resource network and professional development opportunities to advance the work of historical societies, historic house museums, heritage centers, historic sites, archives and libraries.
GHHN promotes participation in diverse, engaging programming and learning opportunities among our members and their public audiences. Strong professional networks are built through attendance at workshops, roundtables, Behind the Scenes Networking Events and at our Annual Conference and Awards for Excellence.
GHHN also administers the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program. Since 2000, we have regranted over $2.1 million to provide support for treatment procedures to aid in stabilizing and preserving objects in collections of museums, historical, and cultural organizations in NYS. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation has provided additional dedicated support for conservation in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. The NYSCA/GHHN Collection Needs Assessment Program offers two grants: Site Assessment Grant - to support professional services for a collections consultant to come to an organization for a half-day site visit focusing on a collections related topic; and Supplies Grant applicants may request funds to purchase much needed collections management supplies whihc are critical to the stewardship oftheir collections.
JOIN US! www.greaterhudson.org
We have a statewide membership of both individualsand organizations of all sizes. Our organizational members include art and living history museums, historic sites, libraries, archives, historic mills, military forts, battlegrounds, historical societies, cemeteries, heritage centers, government historians’ offices and National Heritage Areas. Our individual members cover the spectrum of heritage devotees. Our secondary community includes service providers and funding organizations who impact the work of museum and cultural organizations. We collaborate with these partners to support, develop, co-sponsor and deliver programs that will further the work of the museum field. Since 2011, GHHN has partnered with the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area and the Path Through History Weekend/ILoveNY on collaborative programs regionally and statewide.
CONFERENCE KICKOFF AND WELCOME WITH THE NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS (NYSCA)
Hear from Susan Abbott, Director of Grant Programs for ArtsWestchester, Daniel Jeanson, Project DIrector for the Hudson River Valley Greenway/Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, Sara Ogger, Executive Director of Humanities NY, John Diefenderfer from the New York State Archives - Documentary Heritage Program and Erin Tobin, Vice President for Policy and Preservation at the Preservation League of New York State Moderated by Priscilla Brendler of GHHN, the Funder's Panel is a discussion with representatives from a variety of funding organizations to discuss current trends. The Funders will share new initiatives they are exploring, how COVID-19 has impacted their funding priorities, and what the Funders think the future holds for history and heritage organizations.
DEEP DIVES WITH THE FUNDERS
Each Funder will break out into individual sessions in the Expo area to provide an overview of their program's funding, 'dive deeper' into an open discussion, and conduct a Q&A session with participants in the room. Each of the Deep Dives with the Funders will happen simultaneously providing attendees an opportunity to hop in to different sessions to join multiple conversations.
Network just like you would at an in-person event! Hopinâ€™s connection discovery tool pairs people up in 3 minute one-on-one conversations via live video.
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
Make sure to visit the Virtual Exhibit Hall during the 'coffee breaks' at 10:20 AM and 11:10 AM, as well as after this week's Networking Event!
9:40 AM A CONVERSATION ON CREATIVITY Linda Norris, International Coalition of Sites of Conscience & Independent Museum ant Consultant; and Rainey Tisdale, Independent Museum Consultan Join Linda Norris and Rainey Tisdale, co-authors of “Creativity in Museum Practice”, for a conversation about creativity. Drawing from a wide range of research on creativity as well as insights from today’s most creative museum leaders, Linda and Rainey present a set of practical principles about how museum workers at any level ʊ not just those in “creative positions”ʊ can make a place for creativity in their daily practice.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS AND THE FUTURE OF MUSEUMS Kelsey Brow, King Manor Museum; Sierra Van Ryck deGroot, Poster House; Brooke Krancer, upcoming Cole Fellow at Thomas Cole National Historic Site; and Roberto Chavez, New York Transit Museum & New-York Historical Society Moderated by Kelsey Brow, this panel discussion featuring young museum professionals will explore what the future of museums could and should be.
HISTORY RESPONDS Rebecca Klassen, New-York Historical Society Rebecca Klassen, Associate Curator of Material Culture at the New-York Historical Society, will discuss their History Responds Initiative and the materials N-YHS is currently collecting around the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter protests.
We’re following an ‘Unconference’ model for this portion of our Virtual Conference and allowing people to start their own sessions. Have an idea to discuss about the future of museums? Check out what others are saying, or start your own session!
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
WEEKLY WELCOME WITH HUMANITIES NEW YORK
9:40 AM MUSEUMS AS A MEDIUM FOR SOCIETAL CHANGE Stephanie Johnson-Cunningham, Museum Hue In this discussion, Johnson-Cunningham will shed light on her work through Museum Hue and share the ways she and other museum professionals are boldly responding to current issues relating to race through narratives, programs, exhibitions and services. She will address the critical ways museums can help shape, define and preserve today for the future.
10:30 AM RUNNING WITH SCISSORS: THE TRANSFORMATION OF A LIVING HISTORY SITE Franklin Vagnone, Twisted Preservation Cultural Consulting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
MUSEUM TRIVIA PARTY!
Are you a museum trivia whiz? Join us for 6 rounds of fast paced trivia fun! The winners of each round will be entered into a raffle for a $100 gift certificate from Gaylord Archival to be drawn at the Conference closing session on October 28.*
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
WEEKLY WELCOME WITH THE WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION
AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE PRESENTATION
Greater Hudson Heritage Network’s Awards for Excellence program seeks to recognize and commend exceptional efforts among GHHN members. Awards are made to projects that exemplify creativity and professional vision resulting in a contribution to the preservation and interpretation of the historic scene, material culture, and diversity of the region. This year, awards are made to organizations or individuals in the following categories: x
"Then" Awards are to honor work done in the past 15 years
“Now” Awards are to honor work done in the past 5 years through today
“Next" Awards are to celebrate recent work (within the last two years) that is ongoing and will continue into the future
VIRTUAL AWARDEE POSTER SESSION
Hear from the 2020 Awards for Excellence recipients themselves! Each Awardee will break out into individual sessions and provide an overview of their awarded project, 'dive deeper' into an open discussion, and conduct a Q&A session with participants in the room. The Awardee Poster Sessions will happen concurrently providing attendees an opportunity to hop in to different sessions to join multiple conversations. 11:20 AM
Network just like you would at an in-person event! Hopin’s connection discovery tool pairs people up in 5 minute one-on-one conversations via live video. 12:00 PM
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
2020 Awards for Excellence are presented to: Kelsey Brow, Executive Director, King Manor Museum NEXT AWARD This NEXT award is in recognition of Emerging Museum Professional Kelsey Brow who is a font of information, advice, and provides meaningful opportunities for other emerging museum professionals. Brow strives to creates spaces for others to flourish and is a fierce advocate for fair and equitable practices in museums. Dutchess County Ancient Documents Search Portal NOW AWARD This NOW award is in recognition of the Ancient Documents Search Portal which offers keywordsearchable free public online access to high quality full color scans of over 50,000 pages of historic court records from the 1720's to the 1840's, documents hitherto unavailable to researchers. Elaine Hayes Executive Director, Mount Gulian Historic Site THEN AWARD This THEN award is in recognition of Mount Gulian Historic Site's Executive Director, Elaine Hayes, for her consistent success in contributing to the site, to the Hudson Valley's and New York State history, the heritagekeeping community, students, educators and the public since 1992.
Dr. Roberta J.M. Olson, Curator of Drawings Emerita at the New-York Historical Society THEN AWARD This THEN award is in recognition of Dr. Roberta J.M. Olson, Curator of Drawings Emerita at the New-York Historical Society, recognizing her lifetime achievement as a curator, scholar, and advocate for New York art and history. Bill Pence, Bedford Historical Society Board Member NOW AWARD This posthumous NOW award is in recognition of Bill Pence's vision and execution of the "Burning of Bedford" commemoration on Bedford's Village Green. He took the "wish for a memorable educational event" and developed it into a program that resulted in the most well attended event in the Society's history. Pure Necessity: Revolution at Warwick: The life & times of General John Hathorn, his militia, and the community of Warwick, New York in the late 18th century Sue Gardner, Author NOW AWARD This NOW award is in recognition of the publication "Pure Necessity: Revolution at Warwick" which is a
narrative of the struggle to create our nation, spoken by local people who have fallen silent and are in most cases forgotten. The book is a compilation of primary source research, with narrative context, on the local community's experience of the Revolutionary War. Elizabeth Stack, Irish American Heritage Museum NEXT AWARD This NEXT award is in recognition of Emerging Museum Professional Elizabeth Stack who joined the Irish American Heritage Museum in April 2018 and shepherded it through a major move and renovation, increasing their digital output and special events. She has transformed the museum into a vibrant, relevant cultural institution with outreach to other heritage partners, strengthening and growing the museum's base. Tower of Victory Restoration Washington's Headquarters State Historic Site NOW AWARD This NOW award is in recognition of the impressive restoration of Tower of Victory (constructed between 1886 and 1887) which was built as a memorial of the 100th anniversary of the end of the Revolutionary War.
9:30 AM WEEKLY WELCOME WITH HUDSON RIVER VALLEY NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA/ HUDSON RIVER VALLEY GREENWAY 9:40 AM CONCURRENT SESSIONS WHY DIGITAL WILL LEAD THE FUTURE OF MUSEUMS Eric Longo, Museum Computer Network Join Eric Longo, Executive Director of MCN (Museum Computer Network), for a discussion on how museum professional associations have an opportunity to be agents of change and to act as catalysts to support museums in transitioning to the new operating paradigm because of the opportunities afforded by digital technologies. INTERPRETING ENSLAVEMENT AT HISTORIC SITES Donnamarie Barnes, Sylvester Manor Educational Farm; Lauren Brincat, Preservation Long Island; Michael Lord, Historic Hudson Valley Join Donnamarie Barnes, Lauren Brincat, and Michael Lord for a panel discussing methods for interpreting, presenting, and engaging audiences in discussion about enslavement at historic sites in the North. Preservation Long Island’s Jupiter Hammond Project, Historic Hudson Valley’s People not Property interactive website, and the Plain Sight Project at Sylvester Manor Educational Farm will be discussed. 10:30 AM CONCURRENT SESSIONS MUSEUM STUDIES PANEL Gretchen Sorin, Cooperstown Graduate Program in Museum Studies, SUNY Oneonta.; Andrew Saluti, Graduate Program in Museum Studies, Syracuse University; Greg Stevens, Master of Arts in Museum Professions Program, Seton Hall University Hear from three museum studies graduate programs as they discuss the types of student interests coming to the respective programs (curatorial, development, education, etc); how there may be a potential shift in the museum field; and how their graduate program is addressing these needs and preparing students to join the workforce. FORUM DISCUSSIONS Have an idea to discuss about the future of museums? Check out what others are saying, or start your own session! 11:20 AM FREE THE MUSEUM Andrea Jones, Peak Experience Lab; Emma Thorne-Christy, Exhibition Designer and Activist Artist Join us as we discuss "Free the Museum" - an initiative to activate the “museum experience” in the world around us, transforming everyday places into sites of engagement, reflection, healing, activism, and informal learning. 12:00 PM
VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL
WEEKLY WELCOME WITH GHHN BOARD OF TRUSTEES
PANEL DISCUSSION ON COMPLEX HISTORIES, MEMORIALIZATION, AND AUDIENCE ENGAGEMENT
Amy Hufnagel, Harriet Beecher Stowe Center; Dr. Will Walker, Cooperstown Graduate Program in Museum Studies, SUNY Oneonta; Katie Leo, Facing History and Ourselves This moderated panel will explore issues of collective memory, memorialization, and how historic sites can grapple with complex moments in human history. The discussion will address memorials related to settler colonialism, "controversial" monuments and memorials, how these issues play out at historic sites, and how we explore these issues in schools and with children. 10: 30 AM
ALICE AUSTEN HOUSE AND LGBTQ+ INCLUSIVE CURRICULUM Victoria Munro, Alice Austen House Join Victoria Munro, Executive Director of the Alice Austen House, a nationally designated site of LGBTQ history and the only museum in America to represent the work of one women photographer, Alice Austen, to discuss the role of museums in arts and intersectionality, activism, history and identity in museum education for LGBTQ+ youth. Munro will present AAH teen programs which look deeply into the freedoms provided by museum education as opposed to a classroom environment which create pathways for equitable and sustainable models for learning and exploring LGBTQ+ storytelling. CREATIVITY INCUBATOR PANEL DISCUSSION WITH THE MUSEUM MAVERICKS Kristin Herron, New York State Council on the Arts; Fabiana Chiu-Rinaldi, New York State Council on the Arts; Andrea Jones, Peak Experience Lab; Linda Norris, International Coalition of Sites of Conscience & Independent Museum Consultant; Rainey Tisdale, Independent Museum Consultant; Franklin Vagnone, Twisted Preservation Moderated by Kristin Herron and Fabiana Chiu-Rinaldi of the NYSCA Museum Program, this panel featuring the NYSCA/GHHN CI Museum Mavericks will explore the statewide impact of the NYSCA/GHHN Creativity Incubator program and how the current climate but may have created opportunities for creativity in the museum community. 11:20 AM
40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, RAFFLES and CLOSING SESSION
Make sure to visit the VIRTUAL EXHIBIT HALL during the coffee breaks!
Christine Crawford Oppenheimer
Dr. Jacquetta Haley
L. Danielle Cylich
Ray Armater, Jr.
Richard de Koster
Suzannah H. Devine
Meredith Sorin Horsford*
Colin Faulds III
Dr. Lisa Keller
T. Robins Brown
Joseph T. Butler
Joyce C. Ghee
Dorothy T. Globus
John A. Carnahan
Tom F.X. Casey
C. Ray LaFever
Dr. Trudie Grace
Dr. Selina Grissom
Dr. Nancy Groce
Dr. Larry Spruill
Dr. Darwin Stapleton
Geoffrey Platt, Jr.
Charles T. Lyle
Laurie Mac Neill
William P. Tatum III*
Elizabeth T. Martin
Sarah B. Meschutt
Alexa Fish Ward
Bro. Dennis Sennett
Dr. Thom Wermuth
Laura Carpenter Myers
Susie Kilpatrick Wilkening
Carla T. Smith
*indicates FY2020 Trustee
PLATINUM LEVEL PARTNERS
HUDSON RIVER VALLEY NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA AND HUDSON RIVER VALLEY GREENWAY www.hudsonrivervalley.com (518) 473 3835
The Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area (HRVNHA) was designated by Congress in 1996 and is one of the now forty-nine federally-recognized National Heritage Areas throughout the United States. Through a partnership with the National Park Service, Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area collaborates with residents, government agencies, non-profit groups and private partners to interpret, preserve and celebrate the nationally-significant cultural and natural resources of the Hudson River Valley. In this way, we encourage public stewardship for these resources as well as economic activity at the local level. The HRVNHA is managed by the Hudson River Valley Greenway. For more information, visit our website.
HUMANITIES NEW YORK www.humanitiesny.org (212) 233 1131
Humanities New York strengthens civil society and the bonds of community by using the humanities to foster engaged inquiry and dialogue around social and cultural concerns. HNY offers grants and discussion programs to support humanities programming in your community.
NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS www.nysca.org (212) 627 4455
The New York State Council on the Arts is dedicated to preserving and expanding the rich and diverse cultural resources that are and will become the heritage of New York's citizens. NYSCA strives to achieve its mission through its core grant-making activity and by convening field leaders, providing information and advisory support, and working with partners on special initiatives to achieve mutual goals.
AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE SPONSOR WILLIAM G. POMEROY FOUNDATION www.wgpfoundation.org (315) 913 4060
The William G. Pomeroy FoundationÂŽ is a grant-making foundation based in Syracuse, N.Y. One of its initiatives is helping communities celebrate their history. Since 2006, the Foundation has funded nearly 900 roadside markers and plaques in multiple states. Grants cover the cost of a marker, pole and shipping. For more information, please visit our website.
GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS ARCHIVAL METHODS
www.archivalmethods.com (866) 877 7050 Archival Methods provides the highest quality archival storage and presentation products at competitive prices. Boxes, binders, and portfolios are handcrafted in our Rochester, NY manufacturing facility. Our knowledgeable support team with industry expertise provides top-notch customer service and can advise customers about product selections. For an odd-sized object or special project, we offer custom sized and/or imprinted boxes and binders as well as custom mats and frames.
www.ariastrategiesllc.com (585) 319 6007 Founded in 2013 by Aria Camaione-Lind, Aria Strategies partners with nonprofit organizations to amplify unheard voices and create equal access to opportunities and resources. The firm is headquartered in Rochester, New York and works with arts, cultural, health and educational organizations throughout New York State.
FRANK & GLORY
www.frankandglory.com (518) 577 0186 Frank and Glory (formerly Erin Richardson Consulting) is a museum services firm that supports diversity and sustainability in museum collections. With current and future audiences in mind, we help museums transform their collections into accessible, relevant, inclusive, and sustainable tools for mission delivery through policy revision, assessment, cataloging, deaccession, and abandoned & undocumented property resolution.
WEST LAKE CONSERVATORS, LTD
www.westlakeconservators.com (315) 685 8534
West Lake Conservators is a nationally recognized firm specializing in the preservation of historic and artistic works. Dedicated to providing the highest quality skilled care to the conservation of paintings, frames, paper, murals and textiles, our services help to save and maintain Americaâ€™s treasures for future generations. Located near Syracuse, NY in the Finger Lakes Region of Central New York State, we serve numerous public and private collections.
SILVER LEVEL SPONSORS FRIENDS OF CLERMONT www.friendsofclermont.org (518) 537 4240
Friends of Clermont was founded 1978 to provide financial, programmatic, marketing, and other support to Clermont State Historic Site. Today, in partnership with the Site, Friends of Clermont is a leading provider of zero and low-cost educational, historical, cultural, and community programming. Our largest program, Harvesting History, serves 800 children annually.
GAYLORD ARCHIVAL www.gaylord.com (800) 448 6160
Let us help you bring your exhibit to life with our unparalleled selection of cases, as well as everything you need to prepare, install, display and protect your collections. We carry a comprehensive selection of preservation and conservation materials. Looking for something specific? We offer unlimited options for customization.
PHILLIPS ART CONSERVATION STUDIO www.phillipsconservation.com (518) 963 4555
Located in Essex, New York, a small historic hamlet in the Champlain Valley of the Adirondacks, Phillips Art Conservation Studio provides a wide range of museum-quality conservation and restoration services, specializing in the treatment of paintings and murals as well as providing collection assessments.
THE FOUND OBJECT ART CONSERVATION
the-foundobject.com (212) 920 5535
The Found Object Art Conservation provides conservation and preservation services for fine arts and cultural heritage collections in New York, New Jersey and New England. Services include condition assessments, conservation treatments and collections surveys as well as consultation on collections management, preventative care, exhibition and loan requirements, environmental monitoring, and Integrated Pest Management. Kerith Koss Schrager, owner and principal Objects Conservator, is a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation and an approved assessor for the Collection Needs Assessment Program (CNAP) and the Collections Assessment for Preservation (CAP) program.
WHITE ROSE CURATOR SERVICES www.carolinedrabik.com (917)767 5728
White Rose Curator Services specializes in the care + keeping, engagement + interpretation of historic furnishings, decorations, and archival materials for historic houses, and other such organizations challenged with limited resources and insufficient staffing. We make it possible for you to take important and critical steps to honor your mission by maintaining responsible stewardship of your historic interiors.
NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program
,PDJHVRISDVW&7*DZDUGHHVIURPWKHWRS )$61<0XVHXPRI)LUHÂ¿JKWLQJÂ¿UHKHOPHWRI+DUU\+RZDUG$OEDQ\,QVWLWXWHRI+LVWRU\ $UW5RPDQSHULRGGRJPXPP\*OHQV)DOOV4XHHQVEXU\+LVWRULFDO $VVRFLDWLRQWK&HQWXU\IUDPHGKDLUZRUNÃ€RZHUDUUDQJHPHQW1LDJDUD&RXQW\+LVWRULFDO6RFLHW\3RUWUDLWRI$OLFH3RPUR\.HQDQDV%DE\$PHULFDQ)RON$UW0XVHXP&UD]\4XLOW/H5R\+LVWRULFDO6RFLHW\ HDUO\WKFHQWXU\ZKHHOHGKRUVHGUDZQFDUULDJH
Susta ina ble M useu m Collections COLLECTION ASSESSMENT & PL ANNING
GR ANT WRITING & IMPLEMENTATION
DATA ENTRY STANDARDS & DATABASE CLE ANUP
DE ACCESSION & DISPOSAL
COLLECTION MANAGEMENT POLICIES
PROJECT DESIGN & MANAGEMENT
NEED HELP WIT H YOUR NE X T BIG PRO JEC T ? RE ACH OU T TO US AT FR ANK ANDGLORY.COM
Paintings Restoration & Conservation Michele S. Kay 914.592.7172 email@example.com www.FinePaintingsConservation.com Professional Associate of American Institute for &RQVHUYDWLRQ$,& Â‡6WXGLRHVWDEOLVKHGLQ
Works on Paper
Conservation of Art and Archival Materials 802.460.1149
www.works-on-paper.net 7 The Village Square Bellows Falls, VT 05101
Aria Strategies LLC is pleased to sponsor the Greater Hudson Heritage Networkâ€™s 2020 Annual Conference.
Conference exhibit booth Facebook
Supporting museums and cultural organizations prepare for the future of the sector.
Bringing history to life and life to history
In Memory of Bill Pence - Bedford Historical Society Board Member Chair of the Burning of Bedford Commemoration Recipient of Greater Hudson Heritage Network’s 2020 “Award for Excellence”
at the bedford store - 612 old post road - bedford, ny 10506 - 914.234.9751 - bedfordhistoricalsociety.org
Collections Care & Conservation Alliance firstname.lastname@example.org collectionscarealliance.org (802) 546-1115 | PO Box 634 | Bellows Falls VT 05101
REQUEST FOR SUBMISSIONS New York History Journal
Since 1932, New York History (ISSN 0146-437x) has served as the foremost scholarly journal on the state’s past. New York History, now being published by Cornell University Press working closely with staff from the New York State Museum and eminent scholars, seeks to unify the diverse field of New York State history and meet the needs of a growing historical community that includes academic historians, public historians, museum professionals, local government historians, and those seeking an in-depth look at the Empire State’s history.
Original works of scholarship related to the history of New York State, as well as information related to new publications, exhibits, and online material can be sent to: NYHJ@nysed.gov
Submission guidelines are available at: http://www.nysm.nysed.gov/new-yorkhistory-journal
The New York State Museum is a program of The University of the State of New York The State Education Department 2I¿FHRI&XOWXUDO(GXFDWLRQ
PLATINUM LEVEL PARTNERS
AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE SPONSORS
GOLD LEVEL SPONSORS
SILVER LEVEL SPONSORS