CONNECTING TO COLLECTIONS
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Testing Your Diaster Plan
Will your disaster plan work in a real disaster situation? It's better to find answers now than after a disaster has occurred! Attend this scenario-based and collaboration workshop to help heritage institutions – libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, etc. – improve disaster preparedness and response for collections.
This workshop will:
Who should attend:
When possible, send 2-3 participants from your institution to work together on disaster preparedness activities:
Requirements for attendance:
One Day Scenario Planning Workshop - 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
More coming soon!
April 17, 2013
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
December 6, 2012
Cal Poly Pomona University Library
December 7, 2012
Autry National Center
September 21, 2012
Monterey Public Library
September 24, 2012
California Historical Society
June 7, 2011
The Living Desert
Julie Page is the Co-Coordinator of the California Preservation Program.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
When possible, send 2-3 participants from your institution to work together on disaster preparedness activities: staff member(s) responsible for emergency preparedness; administrator and/or manager responsible for the building/collection; and key members of the emergency/disaster team responsible for decision-making.
These workshops are FREE to the individual and the organization. Funding for 2013-2015 workshops is provided by the The Getty Foundation.
Pre-registration required. Click on the link above to register for your preferred location.
For more information or registration assistance contact: Sarah Sagouspe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Californian Connecting to Collections Project (C3): This statewide preservation project will provide information, education, and training to California heritage institutions. For additional information, see the Californian Connecting to Collections webpage.
Partners include: California Association of Museums, California Historical Society, California Library Association, California State Archives, California State Library, California State Parks. With assistance from: California Preservation Program, Balboa Art Conservation Center, and the Western States and Territories Preservation Assistance Service.