You are invited to sign up for a free workshop, funded by the Institute for Library and Museum Services (IMLS) awarded to the Hawaii Museums Association, on care of heritage collections in our diverse institutions.
Building a Culture — Collections Care in Hawai`i, a workshop
Care for irreplaceable cultural heritage collections statewide
What: This interactive presentation will identify preservation needs faced by cultural heritage collections in museums, arboretums, archives and libraries in Hawaii, and examine common issues.
Who: Lynn Davis, UH Manoa Preservation Librarian, and Barclay Ogden, University of California Berkeley, will conduct the workshop.
When: Saturday, May 22, 2010, from 9:00 – 1:30 pm.
Where: Bishop Museum, Paki Hall Rooms I & II
Who should attend: Librarians, Archivists - people responsible for caring for cultural heritage collections
Free: Please register today by filling out the form below.
Deadline: Mail by Thursday, May 14, 2010
Hawaii Museums Association
May 22 Workshop
P.O. Box 4125
Honolulu, HI 96812-4125
Supported by a grant from the Institute for Library and Museum Services (IMLS) awarded to the Hawai`i Museums Association (HMA)
A survey will be conducted this summer and a report of the findings will be made at a second workshop in January 2011.