Join Us for April Webinars!

Mon, 04/05/2021 - 10:45
DHPSNY Staff

DHPSNY is excited to offer two new webinars this April! Museum Chartering 101: What is Chartering? will provide an overview of the museum chartering process in New York. Photographs in the Archive: Caring for Photographic Collections will offer insight into preservation best practices for photographic collections. Reserve your spot today by registering below!

Presented free of charge, DHPSNY’s education programs address the needs of professionals and volunteers responsible for the care and handling of historical records, including emerging issues and best practices. Keep an eye on dhpsny.org/webinars for more programming announcements, coming soon!
 

Webinar
Museum Chartering 101: What is Chartering?
Presenter: Lauren Lyons, Chartering Coordinator, New York State Museum
Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM
Click here to register.

A museum or historical society in New York that wishes to organize as a nonprofit private education corporation must be issued a charter from the Board of Regents. But how does that process work? What are the different types of charters available? What are the benefits of being issued a charter? Join Lauren Lyons, Chartering Coordinator at the New York State Museum, to learn the answers to these questions and more.

Museum Chartering 101: What is Chartering? Is the first webinar in a series designed to help institutions better understand the processes involved in New York's chartering program.

 

Webinar
Photographs in the Archive: Caring for Photographic Collections
Presenter: Amanda Murray, Preservation Specialist, DHPSNY
Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Click here to register.

From tintypes to color prints, photographic collections require specific collections care methods. In this presentation, Preservation Specialist Amanda Murray offers guidance on basic preservation of photographic collections, including strategies for storage, housing, and handling.

 

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