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Helen Alten, is the Director of Northern States Conservation Center and its chief Objects Conservator. For nearly 30 years she has been involved in objects conservation, starting as a pre-program intern at the Oriental Institute in Chicago and the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania. She completed a degree in Archaeological Conservation and Materials Science from the Institute of Archaeology at the University of London in England. She has built and run conservation laboratories in Bulgaria, Montana, Greece, Alaska and Minnesota. She has a broad understanding of three-dimensional materials and their deterioration, wrote and edited the quarterly Collections Caretaker, maintains the popular www.collectioncare.org web site, lectures throughout the United States on collection care topics, was instrumental in developing a state-wide protocol for disaster response in small Minnesota museums, has written, received and reviewed grants for NEH and IMLS, worked with local foundations funding one of her pilot programs, and is always in search of the perfect museum mannequin. She has published chapters on conservation and deterioration of archeological glass with the Materials Research Society and the York Archaeological Trust, four chapters on different mannequin construction techniques in Museum Mannequins: A Guide for Creating the Perfect Fit (2002), preservation planning, policies, forms and procedures needed for a small museum in The Minnesota Alliance of Local History Museums' Collection Initiative Manual, and is co-editor of the penultimate book on numbering museum collections (still in process) by the Gilcrease Museum in Oklahoma. Helen Alten has been a Field Education Director, Conservator, and staff trainer. She began working with people from small, rural, and tribal museums while as the state conservator for Montana and Alaska. Helen currently conducts conservation treatments and operates a conservation center in Charleston, WV and St. Paul, MN. (Not teaching in 2019)

 

Tom Bennett, Museum Manager at the Heritage Museum at Wells Fargo in Anchorage, Alaska, has worked as a professional museum mount maker for 25 years. He attended the University of Victoria British Columbia, Heritage Preservation Program's basic mountmaking course and learned the rest of his skills on the job. His mounts appear in the Anchorage Museum of History and Art, the Alaska State Museum, the Museum of the Aleutians, the Washington Historical Society, the Monterey Historical Society, the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, the Port of Seattle (Seattle-Tacoma Airport), and National Park Service and US Forest Service visitor centers. He has worked for five different museum exhibit design and fabrication firms as well as being the former director of the Alaska Museum of Natural History. Tom Bennett works in a variety of materials, including Plexiglas, brass, wood, and polyethylene foam.

 

MS233: Matting and Framing
              Course Description & Info     Instructor:  Tom Bennett
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              Sep 9 - Oct 4, 2019     [Add to Cart]   
           

MS238: Design and Construction of Exhibit Mounts
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Tom Bennett
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              Feb 4 - Mar 15, 2019   
              Oct 7 - Nov 15, 2019    [Add to Cart] 

Christina Cainhas a 17 year career working with museum collections preservation and registration.  Currently the Anthropology Collections Manager at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, she has previous experience at the Denver Art Museum, Astor House Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art, Indiana State Museum, and the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.  Christina specializes in Integrated Pest Management and emergency preparedness.  In 2013, she was selected to participate in the IMLS-funded Colorado Connecting to Collections peer assessor training program.  The program developed a network of museum professionals to assess collections conditions and emergency preparedness in institutions throughout the state of Colorado.  Christina graduated with a Master’s of Science in Museum and Field Studies, focusing on anthropological collections management and Integrated Pest Management from the University of Colorado Boulder.

MS210: Integrated Pest Management for Museums, Libraries and Archives
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: Christina Cain
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              July 8 - Aug 16, 2019    [Add to Cart]   

 

Ernest A. Conrad's greatest contribution to the preservation field was the development of environmental guidelines for engineers who work on museums, libraries and archives. For over 20 years, Mr. Conrad has focused on environmental issues. He is president of Conrad Engineers and Past Founder of Landmark Facilities Group, Inc., an engineering firm specializing in environmental systems for museums, libraries, archives and historic facilities. A licensed mechanical engineer in several states, Mr. Conrad holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering and a master's in environmental engineering from Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For more information visit his web site Landmark Facilities Group, Inc.

The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE) publishes standards in the areas of HVAC and refrigeration. Mr. Conrad recently co-authored the ASHRAE Applications Handbook "Chapter 20: Museums, Libraries and Archives." For the first time, there are guidelines specific to our needs in the engineering literature. Mr. Conrad has studied environments and designed special climate control systems throughout the United States for clients as well-known as the National Gallery of Art, Library of Congress, The Frick Collection, Getty Conservation Institute, The Pierpont Morgan Library, National Trust for Historic Preservation, and National Park Service. He has a special interest in house museums and how climate affects structures and collections housed within those structures.

MS211: Preservation Environments
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Ernest A. Conrad
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              July 8 - Aug 16, 2019    [Add to Cart]   
              Nov 4 - Dec 16, 2019    [Add to Cart]  

Ann Coppinger runs the conservation department and teaches conservation at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She has a master's in museum studies specializing in costume and textile conservation from FIT. She is a former NEA master apprentice at the Textile Conservation Workshop. Ms. Coppinger previously worked for 22 years in fashion in New York City. She has degrees in both fashion design and pattern making from FIT. 

 

MS212: Care of Textiles
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Ann Coppinger
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May 5 - May 31, 2019     [Add to Cart]   
              Nov 4 - Dec 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

Laura Elliff Cruz has worked in the museum field since 2004. She is currently the Collections Manager at the Denver Art Museum and directs the department for the principle care, maintenance, and housing for 80,000 art and ethnographic objects. Additionally, she is passionate about keeping collections safe by implementing proper procedures for disaster preparedness, working with contaminated collections, and collaboration to properly document and rehouse cultural sensitive collections. Laura has planned and managed several move projects of collections both off-site and on-site for renovation or IMLS grant projects for new storage areas, with experience in natural history, historic and art collections. Previously, she worked at the Indian Arts Research Center, School for Advanced Research and at the Center of Southwest Studies, Fort Lewis College. She has an MA in American Studies, a graduate certificate in Museum Collections Management and Care, and a BA in Anthropology. Laura also serves as a collections consultant for smaller museums and is passionate about mentoring emerging museum professionals into the collections care field.

MS104: An Introduction to Collections Preservation
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Laura Elliff Cruz
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              Feb 4 - Mar 8, 2019     [Add to Cart]   
           

MS202: Museum Storage Facilities and Furniture
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Laura Elliff Cruz
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              Apr 1 - Apr 26, 2019      [Add to Cart]  

MS203: Museum Storage Techniques
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Laura Elliff Cruz
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             July 8 - Aug 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

MS204: Materials for Storage and Display
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Laura Elliff Cruz
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              Oct 7 - Nov 1, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

Jenna Edwards is the Archivist/Records Manager for the USDA National Wildlife Research Center. After completing an MA in Public History at Wright State University located in Dayton, Ohio, she began working for the National Park Service at cultural and environmental heritage sites including the National Archives for Black Women’s History and the South Florida Collections Management Center (SFCMC) located in Everglades National Park. She then transitioned to the USDA National Wildlife Research Center, which combined her love of archives and environmental history. Her current projects include digitizing archival materials, the preservation and conservation of data and creation of an electronic records management filing scheme.

MS234: Archives Management
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Jenna Edwards
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              May 6 - May 31, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

Fiona Graham is an accredited professional conservator (CAPC) offering bilingual (English & French) services in preventive conservation and heritage restoration to the museum and heritage field. Her areas of expertise include; preventive conservation in facility design and operations, specifications and project management for conservation projects, metals conservation, pest management, condition surveys, emergency planning, and policies and procedures. She is currently a Conservator at Goldsmith Borgal & Company Ltd. Architects, a Tutor at Athabasca University and the Course Director for the Ontario Museum Association. (Not teaching in 2019)

 

Karl Hoerig is director of Nohwike' Bágowa (House of Our Footprints), the White Mountain Apache Cultural Center and Museum, in Fort Apache, Arizona. The position requires multifaceted involvement in the community, a mix of museum tasks, heritage promotion, cultural heritage resource protection and management, capacity building, economic development and enhancing sovereignty. Karl Hoerig has a PhD in anthropology from the University of Arizona. (Not teaching in 2019)

 

Karin Hostetter has over thirty years experience with museum education. With a career that includes natural history museums, cultural history museums (including first person interpretation), nature centers, and zoos, Ms. Hostetter is experienced in interpretive writing, program and curriculum development, and staff and volunteer training. As a museum educator, she was Curator of Education for the Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary (McKinney, TX). Among her award-winning education curricula are several programs she developed for the education departments during her five years at the Heard Museum and her twelve years on staff at the Denver Zoo. As an interpretive writer, Ms. Hostetter has written text for exhibits, wayside exhibits, visitor brochures, and professional magazines. Her skill is in making technical information understandable and meaningful to visitors.

Karin has worked with volunteers throughout her career, becoming the first paid volunteer coordinator at the Denver Zoo. Ms. Hostetter taught the National Association for Interpretation's two-day volunteer management course for volunteer coordinators and served on their panel about volunteer programs. She authored a series of articles for the National Association for Interpretation's Legacy magazine, providing guidelines for developing and maintaining a volunteer organization. Ms. Hostetter now consults with organizations on structuring and improving volunteer programs.

Over the years, Ms. Hostetter has been responsible for small animal exhibits and animal care at both the Heard Museum and the Denver Zoo. She worked with wild animal rehabilitation and public education animals, work that included training volunteer animal handlers. Karin co-founded the Zoos, Wildlife Parks, and Aquaria special interest section of the National Association for Interpretation.

Karin Hostetter is owner of Interpret This, a consulting company specializing in interpretive writing, program and curriculum development, and volunteer program management. When she is not consulting with other museums, she likes to volunteer and contract teach at them with a special love for preschool and family programs.

MS011: Gallery Guides (short course)
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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             Apr 8 - Apr 19, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

 
MS012: Keeping Small Animals on Exhibit (short course)
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Taught on request (contact us if you are interested)     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS014: Education Collections  (short course)
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Nov 18-22, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

MS106: Exhibit Fundamentals: Ideas to Installation
              Course Description & Info     Instructor:  Karin Hostetter
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              Oct 7 - Nov 15, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

 

MS108: Fundamentals of Museum Volunteer Programs
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Mar 4 - Mar 29, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS235: Scripting the Exhibition
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Feb 4 - Mar 1, 2019    [Add to Cart]  

 
MS236: Education in Museums
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Aug 5 - Aug 30, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 
MS237: Formative Evaluation for Exhibits and Public Programs
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Sep 9 - Oct 4, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS259: The Volunteer Handbook
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Karin Hostetter
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              Jan 7 - Feb 15, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

Sarah Kapellusch is the Registrar at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum in Madison, Wisconsin. She has an MA in Public History and Museum Studies and a BA in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She serves as the Vice President of the Wisconsin Federation of Museums and is a task force member for the American Association for State and Local History’s Nomenclature Committee. Sarah’s experiences include museum collection administration and management, metadata, PastPerfect and database management, Nomenclature 3.0, collection moves and museum start-up projects.

MS214: Collection Management Databases
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Sarah Kapellusch
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              Apr 1 - Apr 26, 2019    [Add to Cart]  

Kim Kenney graduated summa cum laude from Wells College in Aurora, NY with a major in American history and minor in creative writing, where she became a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She earned her Master of Arts degree in History Museum Studies at the Cooperstown Graduate Program. Kim served as Curator of Collections at the Historical Society of Rockland County in New City, NY before taking the position of Curator at the McKinley Presidential Library & Museum in October 2001. She is the author of four books, Canton: A Journey Through Time, Canton’s West Lawn Cemetery, Canton’s Pioneers in Flight and Canton Entertainment. She has also published an exhibition review in The Public Historian, the journal of the National Council for Public History. Her work has appeared in The Repository, The Boston Globe and the literary magazine Mused.  She serves as editor of the Museum’s website at BellaOnline.com, where she has authored several ebooks. The Association of Gravestone Studies recently awarded her the Oakley Certificate of Merit for her interpretive projects at West Lawn Cemetery, and she served as the Region 5 representative for the National Digital Newspaper Project in Ohio and is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Mount Union.

MS101: Introduction to Museums
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Kim Kenney
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              Feb 4 - Mar 1, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

              Sep 9 - Oct 4, 2019     [Add to Cart]  
 
MS209: Collections Management Policies for Museums and Related Institutions
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Kim Kenney
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              Apr 1 - May 10, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

              Oct 7 - Nov 15, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

 

Diana Komejan graduated from Sir Sandford Fleming Colleges Art Conservation Techniques program in 1980. She has worked for Parks Canada; Kelsey Museum, University of Michigan; Heritage Branch Yukon Territorial Government; National Gallery of Canada; Canadian Museum of Nature; Yukon Archives and the Antarctic Heritage Trust and is currently teaching Conservation Techniques in the Applied Museum Studies Program at Algonquin College in Ottawa. In 1995 she was accredited in Mixes Collection with The Canadian Association of Professional Conservators. Her work as a conservator has been quite broad in scope, having worked with historic sites, archaeological excavations and museums. In addition to lab treatments, Diana has broad archaeological experience, including the excavation of mammoths and dinosaur tracks.

 

MS001: The Problem with Plastics (short course)
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: Diana Komejan
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              Apr 15 - 19, 2019     [Add to Cart]   
              Oct 14 - 18, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS215: Care of Archaeological Artifacts from the Field to the Lab
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Diana Komejan
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              Mar 4 - Mar 29, 2019     [Add to Cart]   


MS219: Opening and Closing Seasonal Museums
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Diana Komejan
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              Sep 9 - Oct 4, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS223: Care of Metals
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Diana Komejan
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              Apr 1 - May 10, 2019     [Add to Cart]   
      

MS226: Care of Furniture and Wood Artifacts
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Diana Komejan
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              May 6- May 31, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

Stevan P. Layne is the principal consultant and chief executive of Layne Consultants International, a leading provider of cultural property protection advice. Steve is a former police chief, public safety director and museum security director. He is the author of The Cultural Property Protection Manual, and the Business Survival Guide. Steve regularly presents to professional associations and has consulted with more than 400 museums and other institutions. Steve is the founding director of the International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection and responsible for the professional training and certification of more than 1,000 museum professionals. For more information visit his web site Layne Consultants International

 

MS304: Security I - Certified Institutional Protection Specialist
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Stevan P. Layne
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              Available any time (contact us if interested)     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS305: Security II - Certified Institutional Protection Manager
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Stevan P. Layne
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              Available any time (contact us if interested)     [Add to Cart]  

Susan Near is the Development & Marketing Officer at the Montana Historical Society in Helena. Prior positions at the Historical Society include director of museum services (1989-2007), curator of collections (1984-1989), and registrar (1982-1984). She also worked as collections research specialist at the Valley Forge Historical Society in Pennsylvania. She has been curator for more than 20 major exhibitions ranging from western art to decorative arts, and has conducted material culture research covering a broad range of collections. Near co-authored Montana's State Capitol:The People's House, Montana Historical Society Press, 2002. Near has extensive administrative experience especially in grant-writing, heritage tourism, educational outreach, public relations, marketing, planning for new museum construction, and project and event management. She is an accreditation visiting committee member for the American Association of Museums, has conducted peer reviews for the Museums Assessment Program, and has reviewed and served on grants panels for the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Ms. Near is a graduate of the Museum Studies Program at the University of Delaware and the Getty's Museum Management Institute.

 

MS109: Museum Management
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Sue Near
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              Mar 11 - Apr 12, 2019    [Add to Cart]   
              Sep 9 - Oct 11, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

Stefani Pendergast joined the Denver Art Museum in 2014, bringing a background from the fine art shipping and storage industry, as well as in art conservation and museum move projects. She became the Assistant Collections Manager in 2015, and she assists the Associate Collections Manager and Collections Manager with providing the best possible care for our on- and off-site collections. She also oversees the Denver Art Museum’s Gallery Maintenance and integrated pest management programs.

Stefani is active in service to the museum field and holds positions as a board member with the Colorado-Wyoming Association of Museums and the Mountain-Plains Museum Association. In addition to collections care, she is passionate about museums advocacy, engagement, and environmental sustainability. She has a B.F.A. in Pre-Art Conservation from the University of Denver, and an M.A. in Art History and a Professional Certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Colorado – Boulder.

 

MS262: Moving Collections
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Stefani Pendergast
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             Aug 5 - Aug 30, 2019      [Add to Cart]  

Peggy Schaller, founded Collections Research for Museums in 1991 to provide cataloging, collection-management training and services. She has worked with a large variety of museums and collections for more than 20 years. Peggy, who lives in Denver, Colorado, has a bachelor's degree in anthropology with minors in art history and geology from the University of Arizona in Tucson. She has a master's degree in anthropology with a minor in museum studies from the University of Colorado in Boulder and is a Certified Institutional Protection Manager II. She provides workshops and project services to museums and historical societies all across the country. The mission of Collections Research for Museums is to inspire museums to improve their professional standards, collections stewardship and service to their constituency through training in, and assistance with, documenting, preserving, protecting and managing their collections. For more information visit her web site Collections Research for Museums

MS007: The Mission Statement: Is it really that important? (short course)
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Peggy Schaller
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              Nov 4 - Nov 8, 2019    [Add to Cart]   
       

MS103: The Basics of Museum Registration
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Peggy Schaller
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              Feb 4 - Mar 8, 2019      [Add to Cart]   

 

MS207: Collections Management: Cataloging Your Collection
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Peggy Schaller
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              Jul 8 - Aug 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS218: Collection Inventories
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Peggy Schaller
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              Nov 4 - Dec 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]   
        

MS267: Ethics in Museums and Related Institutions
              Course Description & Info     Instructor:
Peggy Schaller
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              Jul 8 - Aug 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]   

 

Terri Schindel, graduated from the Courtauld Art Institute, University of London with a concentration in textile conservation. Since 1988 she has taught collections care and preventive conservation to museum staff. She has assisted museums in writing disaster plans for more than a decade and helped develop national standards for disaster-preparedness materials. Ms. Schindel specializes in collection care and preventive conservation and works regularly with small, rural and tribal museums. She is familiar with the many challenges and lack of resources facing these institutions. Ms. Schindel is committed to maintaining the uniqueness of each museum while ensuring that they serve as a resource for future generations. 

 

MS002: Collection Protection - Are you Prepared? (short course)
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: Terri Schindel
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              Feb 10 - 14, 2014     [Add to Cart]   
              Aug 11 - 15, 2014     [Add to Cart]   

 

MS205/6: Disaster Plan Research and Writing
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: Terri Schindel
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              Mar 3 - Apr 25, 2014     [Add to Cart]   
              Sep 1 - Oct 24, 2014     [Add to Cart]   

 

John Veverka received his B.S. and M.S. degrees majoring in Interpretive Servicefrom The Ohio State University, where he developed and taught an advanced course on Interpretive Master Planning, and spent five summers as an Interpretive Naturalist with Ohio State Parks. After graduating with his M.S. degree, John was recruited by Alberta Provincial Parks in Canada where he helped develop interpretive plans for two World Heritage Sites. In 1981 John returned to Michigan to teach introductory and advanced interpretation courses at Michigan State University, where he was enrolled in the Ph.D. program. John’s current work as a consultant in interpretive planning, training, and heritage tourism, spans 40 years and takes him all over the world to teach interpretation and consult on interpretive projects. He is the author of several interpretive textbooks and is the publisher of InterpNEWS, the International Heritage Interpretation e-Magazine.  You can contact John at jvainterp@aol.com.

MS 268: Creating Interpretive Gallery Tours
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: John Veverka
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              Feb 4 - Mar 1, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

MS 269: Visitor Motivations for Selecting Programs
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: John Veverka
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              Mar 4 - Mar 29, 2019    [Add to Cart] 

MS 270: The Interpretive Exhibit Planners Tool Box
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: John Veverka
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              May 6 - May 31, 2019    [Add to Cart]  

MS 271: Training for Interpretive Trainers
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: John Veverka
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              Jul 8 - Aug 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

MS 272: Exhibit Rehab - Breathing New Life Into Old Exhibits
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: John Veverka
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              Sept 9 - Oct 4, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

 

MS 273: Advanced Interpretive Techniques - Interpreting the "Rest of the Story"
              Course Description & Info    Instructor: John Veverka
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              Nov 4 - Dec 2, 2019     [Add to Cart]  

Gawain Weaver teaches international workshops on photograph conservation and preservation. He earned his master's degree in art history and conservation from New York University's Institute of Fine Arts and was a fellow at the George Eastman House and Image Permanence Institute for two years. His interest in photograph conservation included studying at Library and Archives Canada, the Amon Carter Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Northeast Document Conservation Center. For more information visit his web site Conservation and Consulting Services in the Care of Historic and Fine Art Photographs

 

MS222: Care of Photographs
              Course Description & Info     Instructor: Gawain Weaver
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              June 23 - Aug 15, 2014     [Add to Cart]   

 

If you are interested in these courses, please contact Helen Alten at helen@collectioncare.org or Peggy Schaller at peggy@collectioncare.org and sign up at MuseumClasses.orgSigning up as a prospective student now for any future courses is encouraged and does not require payment. Students will not be enrolled in paid courses until payment has been received. Students are manually enrolled into courses as they open, enrollment keys are no longer necessary.