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Schedule At-A-Glance**

Schedule as of 12/08/2022


Session/Boardroom Descriptions  as of 11/21/2022

See below to view a list of sessions planned for the virtual conference as of October 2022. Full session descriptions will be posted shortly. 

  • Building Sustainable Practices through Community Collaboration: Respectful Stewardship of Loaned and Accessioned Native American and First Nations Material Culture
  • Climate Change, Museum Resilience and Insurance
  • Collection Storage Planning: Extending the Usable Life of Your Space
  • Don't Throw Out the Emergency Kit with the Flood Waters
  • Education in Sustainability and Practical Application of Solutions
  • Keeping the Tradition- Sustainability through Collaborative Collection Management
  • Killing Flies with Sledgehammers -Loans and Sustainability
  • Sustaining Staff
  • The Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015 – 2030: Sustainable Disaster Management at Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o WaiwhetÅ«
  • Will Slow and Steady Win the Race? A Sustainability Analysis of Crating

Networking Boardrooms**

  • Accessibility Boardroom
  • ARCS Board
  • Awards Committee
  • Communications Committee
  • Core Competencies Discussion
  • Courier Sub-Committee
  • Educational Resources Sub-Committee
  • Emergency Response Sub-committee
  • Global Connections
  • How to Volunteer for ARCS
  • IDEA Committee update
  • Insurance Boardroom
  • Pay Equity
  • Programming Sub-Committee
  • Security
  • Sustainability Tips
  • Work/Life Balance


December 7, 2022 4:05 - 5:05 PM CT

  • 3D modeling to enhance access to and understanding of historic textiles
  • Book-End Couriering, the other sustainable option when you need a courier
  • Deep listening for Museum transformations
  • Gallery Climate Coalition: Sustainable Shipping Campaign
  • Maintenance Culture: Collaboratively Sustaining Access to Digital Creative Works
  • Upgrading storage during the pandemic: lessons learned

**As of November 2022. Subject to change

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