BACC has presented workshops on the following topics:
Please visit our Focus On Collections Care website for more details on the 2015 workshop.
Care of Collections: Paper
Care of Collections: Metal Objects
Preservation: Policies, Plans, and Procedures for Small Museums
Disaster Recovery for Wet Collections: The First 24-48 Hours
Condition Reporting for Collections Managers
Environmental Monitoring: Gathering, Understanding, and Using You Data
In 2015 we visited Seattle, WA, San Jose, CA, San Diego, CA, and Eugene, OR. to teach basic preservation theory and best practices.
Stipends are available to defray registration costs for one participant in each workshop per day. Additional stipends are offered to staff of tribal museums and institutions. Please visit the Focus On Collections Care website to find out how to apply for financial assistance.
Preservation Primer Webinar Series - topics taught so far:
Introduction to Handling and Housekeeping, Part I and Part II
Introduction to Emergency Preparedness
Introduction to Risk Management for Disaster Preparedness
The Californians Connecting to Collections Project (C3) is a statewide preservation project that provides information, education, and training to California heritage institutions.
For additional information on the C3 Project, visit the Californians Connecting to Collections website.
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In addition, BACC can make on-site, customized workshops available to your institution or professional association through our institution-based training program.
To hear about future training events keep informed through the BACC Facebook