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Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s Table of Contents

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About Us (Mission)

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Leadership

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Membership

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Finances

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Income

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Expenses

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Preservation Education 2016

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Preservation Education 2017

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Outreach & Advocacy

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Partnerships

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Focus on The Codex Symposium

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About Us The Ohio Preservation Council serves as a coalition of preservationists, conservators, librarians, archivists, curators, records managers, the institutions they represent, and other concerned citizens who recognize the serious threat to documentary heritage. The Council's mission is to provide a network for preservation education and to support preservation activities within the state of Ohio. The Council believes in cooperative, state-wide efforts across geographic and professional lines are needed to meet preservation challenges.

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OPC Leadership 2016—17 Holly Prochaska, University of Cincinnati Chair Miriam Nelson, Ohio University – Chair-elect Sue Dunlap, College of Wooster – Finance Ashley Jones, Miami University – Education & Programs Chris Mannix, Columbus College of Art and Design – Marketing and Outreach (January 1 - December 31, 2016) Carrie Phillips, Bluffton University – Membership Ashleigh Schieszer, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County – Secretary Miriam Nelson, Ohio University – Marketing and Outreach (January 1,2017 – December 31, 2017)

OPC Quarterly Meeting November 16, 2017, Ohioana Library September 21, 2017, Morgan Paper Conservatory (Leadership Retreat) May 18, 2017, Bluffton University March 16, 2017, Columbus Metro Main November 17, 2016, Ohioana Library September 15, 2016, Cleveland Public Library May 19, 2016 Columbus College of Art & Design March 17, 2016, OhioNET 4


Finances

B e g in n i ng of t e r m - $ 2 0, 8 59 ( 1 /0 1/ 20 1 6 ) E n d of t e r m - $1 4 , 2 10 ( 9 /3 0 /2 01 7 )

Income

T h e m a jo r i t y of O P C i n co m e co n t in u e s to be f r o m a n nu a l m e mb e r s h ip du e s . H o w e ve r , i n 2 0 17 OP C w a s a w a rde d a $ 4 ,9 99 LS T A O pe n G ra n t f ro m t he S t a te L ib r a r y of O h io t o of f s e t e x pe n se s a s s o c i at e d w i t h t he C od e x S y m p os i u m .

E xp e n s e s

A n t i c i pa t ed an d a pp r o v ed e x p en s e s du r i n g 2 0 16 & 2 0 17 i n c lu d ed $ 5 00 0 of O P C f u nd s to be s p en t o u t r i g ht on f i na n c ia l l y s u pp o r t i ng th e Cod e x S y m posium. S y m p o s i u m co s t Cost to OPC

$ 1 2, 1 17 .3 5 - $ 4 , 99 9. 00 LS T A G r a n t - $ 3 , 10 3. 77 T i c k e t s a l e s $ 4, 0 14 .5 8

A d d i t i on a l a n t i c ip a te d a nd ap p r o ve d e x pe n s e s i n c l u d ed up to $4 00 0 a nn ua l l y f o r OP C P rof e s s i on a l D e v e l o p me n t G r a nt s . No t e: O P C d i d a wa r d ad d i t i o n a l g r a nt s w i t h t h e ap p r o va l of le ad e rs h i p i n 2 0 16 . A l s o , n ot a l l a wa r d ed f u nd s w e r e s p e nt .

Membership

E n ha n ce m e nt s m ad e to m e mb e r s h i p m an a ge m en t s y s t e m (W i l d Ap r i c o t ) b y C a r r i e Ph i l l i p s ha v e g r e a t l y i m p ro v e d e a se of m e m be rs h i p a nd w or k s h o p e n r o l l m e n t , au to m a t ed a n nu a l re e n ro l l m e n t, a nd p ro v i d e d a u to - p o p u la t i on of m e m be r s h i p r o ll o n th e O P C w e bs i t e

Me m b e rs h i p ro l l s h a ve re m a in ed re l a t i vel y s t e ad y w i t h n e w me m b e r s a dd ed an d o l d m e mbe r s r e t i r i n g . Ne w m e m be r s h a ve b e en cu l t i v a te d t h r o ug h t h e O P C P rof e s s io n a l De v e l op m en t G r an t an d t he C o d e x S y m po s i u m a tt en d ee s . 5


2016 OPC Income Workshop, $227.13

Membership, $3,605.95

2016 OPC Expenses Swag, $711.26

Symposium, $1,676.88 Grants, $4,441.32 Business Fees, $867.90

2017 OPC Income Symposium, $3,103.77

LSTA Grant, $4,999.00

Membership, $2,789.40

2017 OPC Expenses OPC Travel, $130.00

Symposium, $10,440.47

Morgan, $15.48 OPC Development Grants, $2,765.80

Business Fees, $1,324.99

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Preservation Education—2016 LSTA OPC Grant Review. Reviewers Claire Curran, Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, Ashleigh Schieszer, September 14, 2016 LSTA Special Collections Conservation Class . Presenters Claire Curran, Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, Ashleigh Schieszer, State Library of Ohio, June 16, 2016 F i r e s u p p r e s s i o n s y s t e ms – n e w t e c h n o l o g i e s , n e w choices. Paul Krietler and Gerard Rauth of Landmark Facilities Group, coordinated by Wes Boomgaarden, Columbus College of Art and Design, May 19, 2016 LSTA Curriculum – Developers Claire Curran, Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, Ashleigh Schieszer, kick off meeting April 22, 2016 Basic Enclosures. Instructor Ashley Jones, Smith Library of Regional History, Oxford, OH, April 14, 2016

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Preservation Education—2017 Ask a Preservation Professional. Panelists Chris Mannix, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, Ohio Local History Alliance, Dublin OH, October 6, 2017 Disaster preparedness. Presenter Ashleigh Schieszer, OLC, Dayton, OH, October 5, 2017 LSTA OPC Grant Review. Reviewers Claire Curran, Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, Ashleigh Schieszer, September 20, 2017 The Codex: History, Art, and Practice . Ohio Preservation Council Symposium, Columbus OH, August 4, 2017 Ohio Preservation Council - past, present and future. Presenters Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, ALA (American Libraries Association), Annual Conference, Chicago IL, June 25, 2017 OPC, State-wide Preservation Initiatives. Presenters Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, ALA (American Libraries Association), Annual Conference, Chicago IL, June 24, 2017 LSTA Special Collections Conservation Class . Presenters Claire Curran, Ashley Jones, Miriam Nelson, Holly Prochaska, Ashleigh Schieszer, State Library of Ohio, June 15, 2017 Ask a Preservation Professional . Panelists Miriam Nelson, Carrie Phillips, Holly Prochaska, Society of Ohio Archivist, Columbus OH, May 19, 2017 Simple Supports for Dynamic Exhibits. Instructors Miriam Nelson and Catarina Figueirinhas, Society of Ohio Archivists, Columbus, OH, May 18, 2017

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Outreach & Advocacy Professional Development Grant – Awardees Andrew Mancuso – Precoated Repair, AIC (at Indiana Historical) James DaMico – Into the Vault, CCAHA (at Ransom Center) Marcela Estevez – AIC travel, Chicago Jenifer Baker - NARA workshop John Dewees – LYRASIS classes, online Elizabeth Williams-Clymer – Printed books to 1800, Rare Books School Veronica Sorcher – Digital Print Materials, IPI Riley Cruttenden - AIC travel, Montreal Mollie Carlile – Blind and Gold Tooling (at North Bennet St. School) Holly Prochaska – Tacket Binding (at NY Book Arts Center) Established - OPC mini grant based on Carrie Phillip’s idea and advocacy Established - LSTA Conservation/Preservation Grant. Holly Prochaska authored, idea sparked by Sharlane Gubkin ’s idea and advocacy. LSTA Grant outcomes: 2017 - 13 submittals, 12 awards 2016 - 14 submittals, 13 awards Letter of support for Ohioana Library – Reinstatement of operating support sent to 32 state senators, May 22, 2017

Partnerships OMA – contributed “swag” to goody bag, 2016 & 2017 SOA – conference presentations, 2017 OLC – conference presentation, 2017 State Library of Ohio – LSTA Conservation/Preservation Grant, 2016 & 2017 9


Focus on The Codex Symposium August 4, 2017, 9 a.m—4 p.m. The Jessing Center 7624 N High Street Columbus, OH 43235 In celebration of the Codex, a symposium highlighting the history and art of bookbinding with panel discussions, concurrent talks, and hands-on learning. Keynote Presentation: Julia Miller Post Codex Panel: James Reid-Cunningham, Bonnie Mak, and Macy Chadwick, Moderated by Ed Vermue Concurrent Sessions I Option A: A Conversation with Julia Miller Option B: Kyle Holland, Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory & Educational Foundation Concurrent Sessions II Option A: Conservation of Scrapbooks Conservators Jayme Jamison and Ashleigh Ferguson Schieszer Option B: A History Dramatic and Useful: the 1748 Ephrata Martyrs Mirror, Carrie Phillips, archives and special collections librarian for Bluffton University Vendors: The Legacy Press ECS Conservation Midwest Beidler Made Books and Tools Jessica Ebert, handmade books Josh Johnson, letterpress Nicholas Dowgwillo, printmaker Brett Schieszer, printmaker Diane Stemper, book artist Attendees: 73

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Where in the region is OPC? 2016-2017 event locations

OPC Chair Report '16 '17  

Ohio Preservation Council. By Holly Prochaska.