Presentations, Handouts, & Reviews

Friday November 1, 2013 | Saturday November 2, 2013Sunday November 3, 2013

*Please note:  Presentations found on these pages are the ones that ARCS has copyright permission to display.  


Friday November 1, 2013 

General Session 1:  It Isn’t Easy Being Green: Museum Environmentalism and Sustainability

Going Green on a Shoestring - Small Steps that Create an Environmental Sustainability Foundation - Dr. Eileen Johnson

Easton Collection Center:  Building Green Strengthening Partnerships - Elaine Hughes

Resources for Greener Museums - Janice Klein

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Special Presentation:  The New European Air Freight Security Regulations - Hans-Ewald Schneider

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Insurance Coverage Concerns - Robert Salmon

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Break Out Session

Managing Historic Photographs in the 21st Century:  A Case Study

Session Review:  Managing Historic Photographs in the 21st Century:  A Case Study - Corinne Midgett

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Keynote Speech: Order from Chaos: History of the Museum Worker - Rebecca Buck

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Saturday November 2, 2013   

Special Presentation:  U.S. Indemnity Program - Patricia Loiko

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Break Out Session

Insurance 101: An Introduction to Fine Art Insurance Practices

An Introduction to Fine Art Insurance Practices- Roy Warner


Underwriting-A View from the Company Perspective- Jennifer Schipf

United States Arts and Artifacts Indemnity Program- Patricia Loiko

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Break Out Session

Academic Museums: What Is So Special About Them?

Balancing Collections Care & University Administration- Laura McDowell Hopper

The Ralph Foster Museum at College of the Ozarks - Tom Debo

Sheldon Museum of Art - Genevieve Ellerbee

Sheldon Museum of Art:  Academic Museums - Genevieve Ellerbee

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Special Presentation:  A New Organization, A New Chance for a Courier Resolution - L. Lynne Addison

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General Session III: Impossible Installations

Impossible Art Installations - Bryan Cooke 

Big and Pubilc - Scott Atthowe

Methods & Materials - Roger Machin

Impossible Installations - Kevin Marshall

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Break Out Session

Finding a Place for Bric-á-brac, Knickknacks and Ephemera within the Museum Archive

A Look at Andy Warhol's Time Capsules - Erin Byrne and Elaina Vitale

Finding a Place for Bric-á-brac, Knickknacks and Ephemera within the Museum Archive - Paul Brobbel

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Break Out Session

Collections at Risk: Why You Need a Comprehensive Collection Care Plan - Robert Waller and Lisa Elkin

Handouts

AIC-Call for Submissions STASH (Storage Techniques for Art, Science and History collections)

AIC-Collection Care Network (CCN)

AIC-Collection Care Network (CCN) Call for Liaisons

AIC-Selection of the Collection Care Network's Favorite Resources

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Break Out Session

Deaccessioning: Is There One Right Way? - Devon Pyle-Vowles, Dawn Roberts, Elizabeth Varner and Linda Wilhelm

Handouts

Chicago Academy of Sciences and its Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum - Deaccession Recommendation & Disposal Record

Deaccessioning:  Is There One Right Way?  Best Practices Handout

Deaccessioning:  Is There One Right Way? Selected Bibliography

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston - Recommendation for Deaccession from the Permanent Collection

Sample - Deaccession Record

Sample - Deaccession Request

Sample - Deaccession Notification

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General Session IV: Crossing the Bridge before You Come to It: Collections Management at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art - Jennifer De Martino and Elizabeth Weinman

© Crystal Bridge Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR

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Special Presentation:  Introduction to International Network of the Conservation of Contemporary Art – North America - Lauren Shadford Breismeister

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Sunday November 3, 2013

Special Presentation:  Rights and Reproductions Handbook for Museum Professionals - Anne M. Young


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General Session V: Digital Condition Reporting and Other iPad Uses for the Registrar

Digital Condition Reporting and Other iPad Uses in the Registration and Collection Information Department at LACMA- Suzan Sengöz

Using Applications for Digital Condition Reporting-Simon Hornby

So you got an iPad.  Now what?- Brent Mitchell

Session Review:  Digital Condition Reporting and Other iPad Uses for the Registrar - Laura Wenzel

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Break Out Session

Please, Consider the Environment…Before Transporting

SIT's Best Kept Secrets- Ana Tabuenca Garcia

Local Environmental Effects on Cultural Heritage-John J. Ackerman

Sustainability at Scania-Magnus Folin

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Break Out Session

Italia: A User’s Manual for Lending and Borrowing Art Works

Italia:  Lending to & Borrowing from Italy-Tiziana Giuberti

Lending to Italy...-George Bisacca

Borrowing from Italy...Logistics and Couriers:  To Know is to Manage-Antonio Addari

Flights, Airports, Trucking, Export License & A Quick Visit to Vatican City-Floriano Fornasier

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Break Out Session

Collection Specialists Abroad

Collection Specialists Abroad-Ted Greenberg

That's Great.  But WHERE is Qatar?-Meghan Magee


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Break Out Session

The Accidental IPM Program

IPM in Musuems- Patrick Kelley

The Accidental IPM Program- John Jacobs

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General Session VI: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral, Synthetic: Meeting the Challenges of Textile Collection Management

Relocating the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection - Liese Pfeifer

Basic Care and Storage of Textiles - Tim Roby 

Textile Tips - Stephanie Hebert 

Handouts

American Textile History Museum - Condition Report Outgoing Loan

Glossary of Textile Terms

Materials List

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