Looking Beyond the Closet:
Storage Options and Implementation on a Budget
This six-hour workshop will focus on the storage of historic objects and textiles.
Ron Harvey of Tuckerbrook Conservation will review storage environments, storage of historic objects and furniture, and appropriate storage materials. Ron will demonstrate hands-on use of storage materials techniques.
Morning snacks will be available. Bring your own bagged lunch to enjoy at half time!
The workshop will be held in the visitors center, the building with the blue roof just north of the museum.
Stick around for a MAM social mixer event with refreshments in the museum building to immediately follow this workshop!
This event is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This workshop is hosted by Ron Harvey, Conservator/Principal at Tuckerbrook Conservation. Tuckerbrook Conservation offers conservation consulting, treatment, teaching, management, storage, long-term preservation, handling, lecturing, preservation workshops, conservation assessments and assessment of collections, including archaeological, ethnographic, fine art objects, outdoor sculpture, and zinc sculpture.
The L.C. Bates Museum at Good Will-Hinckley, located on U.S. Route 201 in Hinckley Village in Fairfield, is a natural history museum that includes amazing natural history exhibits, fun local history, Native American collections, rocks and minerals, fossils, outside nature trails, picnic tables, and an arboretum behind the museum.
The workshop will be held at the visitors center, the building with the blue roof just north of the museum.
Online registration will be open until July 19. To register after this date, contact Deborah Staber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 238-4250.
The size of the workshop space limits registration to 35 participants - register early to reserve your space!
Registration is free to MAM members (please log in first). If you're not a member, join today!