Museums: FY2002 Grants
Some details of the projects listed below are subject to change, contingent upon prior Endowment approval.
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Ann Arbor, MI
To support a tour of the exhibition Artistry of Space: The NASA
Art Program, with accompanying educational and community
outreach programs. Artrain will bring the exhibition to
approximately 20 underserved communities in the western United
Center for Documentary Studies (consortium)
To support related programming for a retrospective exhibition of
the work of photographer Wendy Ewald. The Center for Documentary
Studies will provide access to Ewald's work through classroom
visits, teacher workshops and student gallery and Web
Children's Museum of Manhattan/ G.A.M.E. Inc.
New York, NY
To support Art Inside Out (AIO), a collaborative project between
contemporary artists and school age audiences. AIO visitors will
observe how artists develop their work, interact with
artist-created exhibitions and create art themselves.
Emory University (on behalf of Michael C. Carlos
To support educational programs in conjunction with the
reinstallation of the collection of art from the ancient Americas.
The public programming and related educational materials will
reflect the reinstallation's four themes: Shamanism, Nature and
Culture, Science and Art and Artistry.
Henry Art Gallery Association $16,000
To support Short Stories, Volume II, a flexible series of small
exhibition projects. The project includes the exhibition of works
from the permanent collection, commissioning new work by
contemporary artists and an artist residency.
J.B. Speed Art Museum
To support the planning and evaluation of Touch Art, a series of
arts learning resources for preschool children. In partnership with
the Louisville Free Public Library, the museum will develop pilot
computer programs and interactive resource materials that will
result in an enhanced appreciation for and understanding of the
Knoxville Museum of Art
To support the museum's Traveling Trunks program. The trunks
contain art education tools designed to bring art to life in the
Montana Art Gallery Directors Association
Great Falls, MT
To support an art exhibition touring program. Funds will also
support the association's annual professional training conference
for museum personnel in the state.
Pacific Asia Museum
To support the Chinese Community Initiative. This is the museum's
first concerted effort to increase the number of Chinese Americans
who visit the museum and participate in its programs.
Portland Museum of Art
To support Portland's Golden Age: 1800-1860, with
accompanying education programs. The project will highlight
Portland's 19th century artistic and economic boom, which served as
a catalyst for the formation of the city's cultural landscape.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
(on behalf of Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum)
To support education programs for the exhibition Artist +
Printers: Recent Trends in Collaborative Printmaking. The
project will focus on the working relationship between the artist
and the printer in the process of producing a successful print.
South Carolina State Museum Commission
To support the South Carolina Art History project, with
accompanying education programs. Working from its permanent
collection, the museum will produce a comprehensive exhibition of
South Carolina art examining new interpretations of works ranging
from Native American vessels to contemporary installations.
University of California at Berkeley (consortium)
(on behalf of the University Art Museum)
To support Access to Alternative Art Forms. The project will
utilize technology to increase viewing of and interaction with art
collections via the Internet.
University of Southern California (on behalf of the
Los Angeles, CA
To support the touring exhibition Mixed Feelings, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will
feature new work by contemporary artists dealing with issues about
"the border," immigration, globalization and urbanization.
Walters Art Gallery
To support Family Fun Programs. The project will encompass
activities such as festivals organized around special exhibitions,
workshops for adults and children and development of interpretive
materials designed to enhance the museum experience.
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Asheville Art Museum Association, Inc.
To support the Literacy Through Art (LTA) program. LTA delivers art
programs to students in the Appalachian region of North Carolina
including lessons led by visual and performing artists and visits
to the Asheville Art Museum.
Mid-America Arts Alliance (on behalf of
Kansas City, MO
To support the tour of the exhibition Whispers from the Walls:
The Art of Whitfield Lovell. ExhibitsUSA will develop
educational and programming materials to accompany the exhibition
as well as provide lecture and shipping subsidies to assist
Museum of Photographic Arts
San Diego, CA
To support the Regeneration Project, a 16-week collaborative
creative process involving senior citizens and local artists.
Working with professional photographers, actors, composers,
designers and arts educators, the seniors participating in the
project will experiment with a variety of artistic processes to
write, direct and present a multimedia performance piece.
Northwestern Michigan College (consortium)
(on behalf of Dennos Museum Center)
Traverse City, MI
To support a touring exhibition of European Old Master paintings
from the Detroit Institute of Arts, with accompanying catalogue and
education programs. The exhibition will feature 35 outstanding
examples of Dutch, Flemish, French, Italian and British paintings
from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Texas Fine Arts Association
To support Art on Tour, a statewide traveling exhibition program
with accompanying catalogues and lectures. The program circulates
exhibitions of contemporary art by emerging and mid career American
artists to small museums and university and community galleries
throughout Texas, many in rural, culturally underserved
University of Oregon (on behalf of Museum of Art)
To support the Art Access Program in partnership with the Lane Arts
Council. The project is to disseminate art and cultural instruction
to students who have limited exposure to the arts due to geographic
and financial constraints.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo Fine Arts Academy)
To support a touring exhibition of the work of Italian artist Amadeo Modigliani (1840-1920), with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. This will be the first major Modigliani exhibition
in the United States in more than 40 years.
Art Institute of Chicago for the Video Data Bank
To support the touring exhibition Himalayas: An Aesthetic Adventure, with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. This will be the first major exhibition to feature works of art
from the entire Himalayan region, including India, Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan.
New York, NY
To support the exhibition The New Way of Tea, with accompanying catalogue and education
programs. Organized with the Japan Society in New York, the exhibition will examine the teahouses
and utensils associated with the tea ceremony juxtaposed with new works by contemporary artists who
have been inspired by the tea ceremony.
Asia Society (consortium)
New York, NY
To support the exhibition Hunt for Paradise: Court Arts of Safavid Iran, 1501-76, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. This will be the first comprehensive international
exhibition of the art of 16th-century Iran and will include some rarely seen objects from public
and private collections from around the world.
Bellevue Art Museum
To support a touring exhibition of the work of contemporary Chicano painter Alfredo Arreguin, with
accompanying bilingual catalogue, education programs and a residency. This will be the first
retrospective of the Arreguin's work, covering the last 30 years.
Bowdoin College (on behalf of the Museum of Art)
To support a touring exhibition examining how late 19th and late 20th century representations of
the ghost in visual art functioned metaphorically for both anxiety and optimism at the time of
radical technological innovation. The exhibition will include the work of 19th-century
photographers and contemporary artists working in a variety of media.
Cleveland Museum of Art (consortium)
To support the exhibition Magna Grecia: Greek Art from South Italy and Sicily, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. Organized with the Tampa Museum of Art in Florida,
the exhibition features masterworks that have never before been seen in America.
Columbia University in the City of New York
(on behalf of Wallach Art Gallery)
New York, NY
To support an exhibition of the work of Mexican artist Fernando Leal (1896-1964) with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. Leal was an influential member of the Mexican avant-garde
throughout the 1920s and 1930s.
Contemporary Arts Center
New Orleans, LA
To support a touring exhibition of the work of Louisiana artist Douglas Bourgeois (b. 1951), with
accompanying catalogue. This will be the first mid-career survey of Bourgeois' paintings.
(on behalf of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art)
To support the touring exhibition Byrdcliffe: An American Arts and Crafts Colony. The
exhibition and accompanying catalogue will celebrate the centennial of Byrdcliffe, a colony founded
as a center for artists and craftsmen in Woodstock, NY in 1902.
Corporation of the Fine Arts Museums (consortium)
San Francisco, CA
To support an exhibition of the work of Dutch artist Michael Sweerts (1618-1664), with accompanying
education programs. The exhibition is being organized in collaboration with the Wadsworth Atheneum
in Hartford, CT, and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
Denver Art Museum
To support the touring exhibition Painting a New World: Mexican Colonial Art 1521-1821, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will explore the complex society of
colonial Mexico through the presentation and interpretation of paintings that depict the diverse
cultural forces at work during this period.
Des Moines Art Center (Edmundson Art Foundation, Inc.)
Des Moines, IA
To support a public art project and exhibition of the work of contemporary English artist Andy
Goldsworthy. Titled Three Cairns, the project involves collaboration with two other East and
West Coast American venues.
Dia Center for the Arts
New York, NY
To support the next phase in the completion of American artist James Turrell's Roden Crater
project. Turrell is in the process of transforming a crater into a monumental work of art that
relates to changing experiences of the surrounding environment, sky and land.
Drawing Center, Inc.
New York, NY
To support the touring exhibition Ocean Flowers and Ferns: Botanical (Photogenic) Drawings,
with accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will feature hand drawn natural
history illustrations and experimental botanical photograms from the mid-19th century.
San Francisco, CA
To support artists residencies to create installations for the museum's collection of science
exhibitions. The project will include a symposium of artists and scientists to discuss the
implications of their artwork and its relation to the latest research in biology.
Fabric Workshop and Museum
To support the Fabric Workshop Museum's artist-in-residence program. The program provides a
workshop for experimentation by contemporary artists who may or may not have considered fabric as a
part of their work.
Friends of the Schindler House
Los Angeles, CA
To support the exhibition Houses and Artists. The exhibition will consist of up to 12 houses
designed by contemporary artists in collaboration with the New York-based architecture firm Open
Harvard University (on behalf of the Harvard University Art Museums)
To support a touring exhibition of the work of Italian artist Medardo Rosso (1858-1928), with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. Rosso is a key figure in the development of modern
To support the touring exhibition Out of the Shadows: Helen Torr: A Retrospective, with
accompanying catalogue. The exhibition will place the work of this modernist painter, long
overshadowed by her husband, artist Arthur Dove, in a brighter light.
Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery
San Marino, CA
To support the presentation of a retrospective of British artist George Romney (1734-1802), with
accompanying education programs. Organized by the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, England, the
exhibition will mark the bi-centenary of Romney's death.
New York, NY
To support the touring exhibition New York: Capital of Photography, with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will highlight the role that Jewish photographers
played in the development of the genre known as "street photography" and the impact of their work
on the perception of New York City.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Museum Associates)
Los Angeles, CA
To support the exhibition Noh and Kyogen Theater in Japan, with accompanying catalogue and
exhibition programs. The exhibition is being co-organized with the Agency for Cultural Affairs,
Government of Japan.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, NY
To support the exhibition The Timeless Genius of Leonardo da Vinci, with accompanying
education programs. The exhibition will reintroduce American audiences to this icon of artistic,
humanistic, scientific and technological genius on a broader scale than ever before in this
Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum
To support two exhibitions and a youth-based, mural-making training program. The exhibitions are
Los Tres Grandes: Orozco, Rivera, Siquieros, and a group show of local artists' work.
Museum of American Folk Art
New York, NY
To support a touring exhibition drawn from the Museum's permanent collection, with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. Works dating from the colonial period to the present will be
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA
To support a touring exhibition of drawings by American artist Willem de Kooning, with accompanying
catalogue. The exhibition will highlight de Kooning's most significant abstract renderings of the
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego
La Jolla, CA
To support a touring exhibition of the work of American artist Ellsworth Kelly (b. 1923), with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will focus on Kelly's figure/ground
paintings of the late 1950s and mid-1960s.
Museum of Craft & Folk Art
San Francisco, CA
To support the exhibition Fusing Traditions: Transformations in Glass by Native American
Artists, with accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will bring together
the work of the first generation of Native American studio glass artists for the first time.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
To support a touring exhibition on the history of Japanese photography, with accompanying catalogue
and education programs. The exhibition is being co-organized with the Japan Foundation, Tokyo.
New Museum of Contemporary Art
New York, NY
To support a series of new media presentations by contemporary artists in the Media Z Lounge. The
Lounge programs investigate the impact of digital media on contemporary visual culture.
New York University (on behalf of Grey Art Gallery)
New York, NY
To support a retrospective exhibition of the work of American artist Nancy Burson, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition is being organized in collaboration
with the Blaffer Gallery at the University of Houston.
North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation, Inc.
To support a touring exhibition of the work of Dutch artist Jan Miense Molenaer (ca.1610 1668),
with accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will be organized around the
museum's own Molenaer painting, The Dentist from 1629.
P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center
Long Island City, NY
To support the presentation of the exhibition The Short Century: Independence and Liberation
Movements in Africa 1945-1994, with accompanying education programs. The exhibition explores
the political, philosophical, cultural and social developments that led to the dismantling of
colonialism in Africa through a program of artwork, film, photography, music, literature and
performances by 57 artists.
Paris Gibson Square, Inc.
Great Falls, MT
To support an exhibition of the work of American artist Patrick Zentz, with accompanying catalogue
and education programs. The exhibition will examine the influence of Montana's vast landscape in
Philadelphia Museum of Art
To support an exhibition of the work of American artist Barnett Newman. The exhibition is being
organized in association with the Tate Gallery, London.
Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago
To support the creation of a new work by Beijing-based artist Feng Mengbo, with accompanying
catalogue, education programs and conference titled Playing by the Rules: The Cultural Policy and
Challenges of Video Games. The new work, entitled QU4, is a digital piece that uses the
medium of the video game as a teaching tool, creative outlet and source of entertainment.
Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, Inc.
(on behalf of the High Museum of Art)
To support the touring exhibition After Whistler, with accompanying catalogue and education
programs. This will be the first exhibition to show James McNeill Whistler's influence on American
art, as well as the first major exhibition of his work in the Southeast.
Saint Louis Art Museum
St. Louis, MO
To support planning for the exhibition A Walking Shadow: Ritual Art from New Ireland. The
museum plans to present the most comprehensive exhibition to date to focus on the art of this
Western Pacific island group.
Santa Monica Museum of Art
Santa Monica, CA
To support the touring exhibition Unusual Behavior: The Art of Richard Jackson, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will survey the work of this Los
Angeles-based artist's 40-year career, including his wall paintings, stacked canvas works and
Seattle Art Museum
To support the exhibition Long Steps Never Broke a Back: Art from Africa in America, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will draw primarily from the museum's
permanent collection, while collaborations with advisors, African artists and community
organizations will shape installations and interpretations of the artwork.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Center
New York, NY
To support a touring exhibition of the work of American artist James Rosenquist, with accompanying
education programs. This will be the first survey of this internationally recognized artist's work
St. Bonaventure University (on behalf of Quick Art Center)
St. Bonaventure, NY
To support the exhibition Projection Grand Piano, with accompanying catalogue and education
programs. This exhibition will feature the work of American artist/musician Ken Butler,
specifically an interactive audio-visual assemblage sculpture of reconfigured objects, machine
parts and other audio-visual items made of wood, metal and plastic.
Toledo Museum of Art
To support the touring exhibition Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617): Prints, Drawings, and
Paintings, with accompanying catalogue and education programs. This exhibition will present for
the first time a full survey of this Dutch artist's work.
University of California at Los Angeles, Regents of
(on behalf of the Fowler Museum of Cultural History)
Los Angeles, CA
To support the touring exhibition Apartheid and After: The Art of Willie Bester, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. This exhibition will be the first retrospective to
trace the work and career of this contemporary South African artist.
University of Colorado at Boulder
(on behalf of the Art Galleries)
To support a touring exhibition of the work of American artist Leslie Dill, with accompanying
catalogue, artist residency, community art project and choral performance. In collaboration with
Naropa University and Ars Nova Singers, the University of Colorado will present another of Dill's
community-oriented, interactive public art projects.
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
(on behalf of the Weisman Art
To support the touring exhibition On the Edge of Your Seat: Popular Theatre and Film in Early
20th-Century American Art, with accompanying catalogue and education programs. This will be the
first major exhibition and publication to explore the art inspired by the visual culture of
American popular entertainment from 1890 to 1930.
University of North Texas (on behalf of the Art Gallery)
To support the Silkroad to Pophighway project which will involve the creation and
installation of work by artist Wenda Gu, with accompanying catalogue and education programs. This
project, jointly developed between the Art Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College
of Art and Kansas City Art Institute, will demonstrate Gu's interpretation of the relationship
between China and the West, past and present.
University of Rochester (on behalf of the Memorial Art Gallery)
To support the touring exhibition George Bellows at Woodstock (1920-24), with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will examine this short period in Bellows' career
during which his work was influenced by the extremities of realism and abstraction, as well as the
landscapes and communities of Woodstock.
University of South Florida (on behalf of the Contemporary Art Museum)
To support the touring exhibition Contemporary Art and the African Lens, with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. In collaboration with the University of Witwatersrand/
Gertrude Posel Gallery in Johannesburg, USF will create an exhibition that will explore the
multifaceted concept of diaspora and African identity through contemporary photography and
University of Texas at Arlington (on behalf of The Gallery)
To support the touring exhibition Stories Your Mother Never Told You: A Survey of Photography
and Text by Celia Alvarez Munoz, with accompanying catalogue and education programs. The
exhibition will present a 20 year-survey of Munoz's work and will focus on the intersection of the
artist's personal memories with her Chicana perspective.
University of Wisconsin at Madison
(on behalf of the Elvehjem Museum of Art)
To support the touring exhibition Contemporary Studio Cabinetry: The Inside Story, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. The presentation of the exhibition will coincide
with the National Furniture Society's annual conference in Madison and will include case furniture
by 38 international artists.
Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, NY
To support the touring exhibition The Paintings of Joan Mitchell, with accompanying
catalogue. This is a major retrospective that will cover the artist's entire career, from the early
works of 1949 until her death in 1992.
Worcester Art Museum
To support the planning stage for the touring exhibition Roots and Legacies in African American
Art, with accompanying catalogue and education programs. The exhibition will trace the
development of African American painting, sculpture, collage and printmaking through the 20th
century and will focus on African American artists' responses to African art and Cubism.
African American Museum in Philadelphia
To support the exhibition Biennial 2002: Crafts, with
accompanying catalogue and education programs. This will be the
first exhibition of African American crafts organized by the museum
and will feature work by 15 African American artists from various
regions of the United States.
Merion Station, PA
To support research, cataloguing and photographic documentation of
the Early American ceramics collection. The project is the first
step toward a future publication of the collection.
Brooklyn Historical Society
To support the exhibition The Art of Work and related
programming. A series of public programs and video segments will be
created to accompany the society's new permanent exhibition,
Brooklyn Works: 350 Years of Making a Living in Brooklyn.
Burchfield-Penney Art Center
To support a retrospective exhibition of the work of Milton Rogovin
(b. 1909), with accompanying catalogue and education programs. The
exhibition, generated by a recent gift of Rogovin's work to the
center, will feature works that represent all phases of the
Carnegie Institute (on behalf of Museum of Art)
To support a post-graduate conservation fellowship position. The
fellow will survey approximately 1,000 paintings in preparation for
new construction projects, during which the paintings storage will
be moved, and will participate in all staff discussions regarding
conservation and collection management issues.
Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA
To support the development of an archive storage facility to house
both current collections and future donations. This phase of the
project will include researching appropriate software, creating a
centralized database of collection objects, hiring curatorial staff
to oversee cataloguing and documentation, and acquisition of
archival storage materials.
Cincinnati Museum Association
To support the reinstallation from the permanent collection of
objects in the newly renovated Cincinnati Wing, with accompanying
catalogue and education programs. The project will use the museum's
comprehensive holdings of work produced by artists in Cincinnati
during the 19th and 20th centuries to demonstrate the pivotal role
the city played in the history of American art.
Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts
To support a one-year postgraduate internship in paper
conservation. The project will involve training in the treatment of
works on paper such as drawings, prints and watercolors, as well as
manuscripts, maps, photographs, parchment and books.
Eastman Memorial Foundation
(on behalf of Lauren Rogers Museum of Art)
To support the production of a catalogue of the Native American
basket collection. Collected at the turn of the 19th century by
Laurel resident Catherine Marshall Gardiner, the collection is
considered to be one of the most comprehensive in the world.
Evergreen House Foundation
To support the conservation of works by Russian artist Leon Bakst
(1866-1924) in the permanent collection. The collection consists of
theater sets, backdrops, drawings, curtains and stencils designed
by the artist for Evergreen's theater.
Friends, Foundation of the California African American
Los Angeles, CA
To support a touring exhibition of the work of African American
artist Grafton Tyler Brown (1816 1918), with accompanying
catalogue. Brown was one of a small number of African American
professional landscape painters in the United States in the 19th
century and one of the earliest African American painters in the
George Eastman House (consortium)
To support the touring exhibition Young America: The
Daguerreotypes of Southworth and Hawes, and accompanying
education programs. The exhibition is being co-organized with the
International Center of Photography in New York City.
Hampton University (on behalf of University
To support the publication of a special issue of the museum's
journal, the International Review of African American Art. The
issue will present recent research of art historians on the topic
"Oh I wish I was in the land of cotton: Dixie Myths and Downhome
Realities in Post-Migration African American Art."
Hyde Collection Trust
Glens Falls, NY
To support conservation treatment of the collection of Italian
Renaissance and 18th century French furniture, with accompanying
interpretive and educational programs. The project is part of a
major renovation, reinstallation and reinterpretation of historic
Lyme Historical Society (on behalf of Florence Griswold
Old Lyme, CT
To support a planning project to develop a furnishings plan for the
1817 Florence Griswold House, now an art museum and National
Historic Landmark. The plan will form the basis for a long-term
exhibition portraying the house's former role as a boarding house
for artists, circa 1905-1915, and the center of the Lyme Art
San Francisco, CA
To support curatorial research and planning for an exhibition
titled La Tercera Raiz (The Third Root): The African Presence in
Mexico. Through visual, literary, media and performing arts, the
exhibition will expand scholarship and introduce the American
public to a relatively unknown Afro Mestizo component of Mexican
Mint Museum of Art, Inc.
To support the preparation of a manuscript for a catalogue of the
North Carolina pottery collection. The comprehensive collection, of
approximately 2,700 pieces, spans three centuries and includes
works from all the major pottery centers in the state.
Northeast Document Conservation Center
To support What's Wrong with this Picture?, a pilot workshop for
museum professionals on preserving and digitizing photographs. The
workshop will be developed and offered at Montana State
University-Bozeman to serve archivists and curators at tribal
Peabody Essex Museum, Inc.
To support a permanent installation of Native American art in a
newly renovated and expanded gallery space. Using a combination of
traditional and multimedia interpretive tools, the museum will
display its collections of Native American art representing the
Plains, Northwest Coast, Arctic, Southwest and Central and South
Preservation Trust of Vermont
To support the preservation and treatment of painted theater
curtains in Vermont. This will be the first comprehensive survey
of, and stabilization effort for, these highly decorated stage
Randolph-Macon Woman's College
(on behalf of Maier Museum of Art)
To support the conservation treatment of paintings and works on
paper by American artist Arthur B. Davies (1862-1928) in the
permanent collection. It is anticipated that the conservation will
form the basis for a traveling exhibition that was not possible in
the past because of the condition of the works.
Textile Conservation Workshop, Inc.
South Salem, NY
To support a master-apprenticeship for in-depth training in textile
conservation. As a regional conservation laboratory, the program
fills a gap not covered by formal conservation courses in graduate
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
Santa Fe, NM
To support the completion of a detailed condition survey of the
museum's Navajo folk art and pottery collections with accompanying
conservation-related education programs. This project is part of a
broad conservation plan that will include systematic surveying and
treatment of the museum's permanent collection.
Northeast Document Conservation Center (consortium)
To support Off the Wall, Online, a national conference on putting art collections on the Internet
and using them in educational programming. The goal is to enhance the skills of museum
professionals and enable museums to use technology to reach new audiences.
Vermont Museum & Gallery Alliance
To support the Collections Care Program which provides technical assistance to Vermont's
historical societies, museums and galleries. Collection care workshops, general collection
condition surveys, and on-site training will be offered to the staff and volunteers of the
organization's 220 member institutions.
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