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Organization name: midwest art conservation center

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PA-50587-04Preservation and Access: Preservation/Access ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services in the Upper Midwest1/1/2004 - 4/30/2006$455,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2003Museum Studies or Historical PreservationPreservation/Access ProjectsPreservation and Access4250003000042500020000

A regional preservation field service program that provides surveys, workshops and seminars, disaster assistance, and information services to museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

PA-51877-06Preservation and Access: Preservation/Access ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services in the Upper Midwest1/1/2006 - 12/31/2007$475,440.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2005Archival Management and ConservationPreservation/Access ProjectsPreservation and Access4484402700044844025000

A regional preservation field service program that provides surveys, workshops and seminars, disaster assistance, and information services to museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

The Upper Midwest Conservation Association (UMCA) requests continued funding to expand and improve its Regional Preservation Services program which develops and supports the preservation programs of cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest. During the proposed NEH grant period (2006-2008), UMCA's Preservation Services program plans to expand its role by: increasing training opportunities, expanding grant writing assistance to small organizations, and working with other regional organizations to increase preservation education and outreach on a regional, as well as national level.

PE-232871-16Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Service Program1/1/2016 - 12/31/2017$325,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2015Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access2750005000027500050000

A regional preservation field service program that strengthens preservation practices and the care of humanities collections at hundreds of museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in five states of the Upper Midwest. Activities include training workshops, disaster response services, preservation needs assessments and surveys, the loan of environmental monitoring equipment, and information and outreach services. In all, the project would support more than twenty workshops reaching nearly 400 cultural heritage professionals in the Midwest.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding for its Regional Preservation Field Service Program. This program strengthens the preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest, resulting in increased public access to the treasures in this region. During the proposed NEH grant period (2016–2017), MACC's Preservation Services program will improve preservation practices at hundreds of institutions by providing: collections care and preservation related workshops; disaster response services and preparation training; preservation planning surveys; collections care information; grant preparation assistance; and other related collection improvement services. The program has demonstrated very successful outcomes and measurable results, keeps its programming accessible to even the smallest institutions in the region, is staffed by knowledgeable conservators and preservation experts, and is devoted to this region's collections.

PE-258309-18Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services Program1/1/2018 - 2/29/2020$375,180.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2017Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access3551802000035518020000

A regional preservation field service program that strengthens preservation practices and the care of humanities collections at hundreds of museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in five states of the Upper Midwest. Activities include training workshops, disaster response services, preservation needs assessments and surveys, the loan of environmental monitoring equipment, and information and outreach services. In all, the project would support more than twenty workshops reaching nearly 400 cultural heritage professionals in the Midwest. The award would additionally initiate a Native American Fellowship program that would support two conservators in training.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding for its Regional Preservation Field Service Program (Preservation Services). This program strengthens the preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest, resulting in increased public access. During the proposed NEH grant period (2018-2019), MACC's Preservation Services program will improve the preservation practices at hundreds of institutions by providing: collections care and preservation related workshops; disaster planning, training and response services; preservation surveys and plans; collections care information; grant preparation assistance; and other related collection care improvement services. The program has demonstrated very successful outcomes and measurable results, keeps its programming accessible to even the smallest institutions in the region, is staffed by knowledgeable conservators and preservation experts, and is devoted to this region’s collections.

PE-268722-20Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services Program3/1/2020 - 2/28/2022$350,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2019Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access3300002000033000020000

A regional preservation field service program that strengthens preservation practices and the care of humanities collections at hundreds of museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in five states of the Upper Midwest. Activities include training workshops, disaster response services, preservation needs assessments and surveys, the loan of environmental monitoring equipment, and information and outreach services. In all, the project would support more than twenty workshops reaching hundreds of staff members at over 400 cultural heritage institutions in the Midwest. The award would additionally support training for two Native American conservation fellows as part of its Native American Collections Care Fellowship Program, which began in 2018.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding for its Regional Preservation Field Service Program (Preventive Conservation). This program strengthens the preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest resulting in increased public access. During the proposed NEH grant period (3/2020-2/2022), the Preventive Conservation program will improve the preservation practices at hundreds of institutions by providing: collections care and preservation related workshops; disaster planning, training and response services; preservation surveys and plans; collections care information; grant preparation assistance; and other related collection care improvement services. The program has demonstrated successful outcomes and measurable results, keeps its programming accessible to even the smallest institutions in the region, is staffed by knowledgeable conservators and preservation experts, and is devoted to this region’s collections.

PE-284344-22Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services Program3/1/2022 - 2/29/2024$350,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2021Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access3300002000033000020000

A regional preservation field service program that strengthens preservation practices and the care of humanities collections at hundreds of museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in five states of the Upper Midwest. The award would additionally support training for two Native American conservation fellows as part of its Native American Collections Care Fellowship Program, which began in 2018.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding for its Regional Preservation Field Service Program (Preventive Conservation). This program strengthens the preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest, resulting in increased public access. During the proposed NEH grant period (3/2022-2/2024), the Preventive Conservation program will improve the preservation practices at hundreds of institutions by providing: collections care and preservation related workshops; disaster planning, training and response services; preservation surveys and plans; collections care information; grant preparation assistance; and other related collection care improvement services. The program has demonstrated successful outcomes and measurable results, keeps its programming accessible to even the smallest institutions in the region, is staffed by knowledgeable conservators and preservation experts, and is devoted to this region’s collections.

PE-50018-08Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Service Program1/1/2008 - 12/31/2009$524,401.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2007Museum Studies or Historical PreservationPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access4674015700046740143741

A regional preservation field service program that provides surveys, workshops and seminars, disaster assistance, and information services to museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding to expand and improve its Regional Preservation Field Service program. The primary goal of the Preservation Services program is to develop and support the preservation programs of small and mid-size cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest. To achieve this goal the program provides: training; mentoring; preservation planning surveys; grant writing assistance; emergency response services and supplies; and technical information. During the proposed NEH grant period (2008-2009), MACC's Preservation Services program plans to expand its role by: increasing training opportunities; conducting mentoring and preservation planning surveys; increasing the provision of technical information; expanding grant writing assistance to small organizations; and working with other regional and national preservation organizations and museum, library and archival associations to increase and coordinate preservation education and services

PE-50041-10Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Service Program1/1/2010 - 12/31/2012$600,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2009Museum Studies or Historical PreservationPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access5554014459955540144599

Funding supports the continuation and expansion of a regional preservation field service program with activities focused on training, mentoring, disaster assistance, and information and outreach services for museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding to expand and improve its Regional Preservation Field Service Program. The primary goal of this program is to strengthen preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Midwest, resulting in increased public access to the treasures in this region. During the proposed NEH grant period (2010-2011), MACC's Preservation Services program will improve preservation practices by: increasing training opportunities; conducting mentoring and preservation surveys; increasing the provision of technical information and services; expanding grant writing assistance to small organizations; working with other regional and national preservation, museum, library and archival organizations to increase and coordinate preservation education and services; and measuring direct outcomes at regional institutions.

PE-50098-13Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Service Program1/1/2013 - 12/31/2013$125,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2012Museum Studies or Historical PreservationPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access12500001250000

A regional preservation field service program that strengthens preservation practices and the care of humanities collections at hundreds of museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest. Activities include training workshops, disaster response services, preservation needs assessments and surveys, the loan of environmental monitoring equipment, and information and outreach services.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding for its Regional Preservation Field Service Program. This program strengthens the preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest, resulting in increased public access to the treasures in this region. During the proposed NEH grant period (2013-2014), MACC's Preservation Services program will improve preservation practices at hundreds of institutions by providing: collections care and preservation related workshops; disaster response services and preparation training; preservation planning surveys; collections care information; grant preparation assistance; and other related collection improvement services. The program has demonstrated very successful outcomes, keeps its programming accessible to even the smallest institutions in the region, is staffed by knowledgeable conservators and preservation experts, and is devoted to this region's collections.

PE-50109-14Preservation and Access: Preservation and Access Education and TrainingMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Service Program1/1/2014 - 12/31/2015$332,500.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2013Archival Management and ConservationPreservation and Access Education and TrainingPreservation and Access3000003250030000032500

A regional preservation field service program that strengthens preservation practices and the care of humanities collections at hundreds of museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in five states of the Upper Midwest. Activities include training workshops, disaster response services, preservation needs assessments and surveys, the loan of environmental monitoring equipment, and information and outreach services.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC) requests continued funding for its Regional Preservation Field Service Program. This program strengthens the preservation practices and collections care at cultural repositories in the Upper Midwest, resulting in increased public access to the treasures in this region. During the proposed NEH grant period (2014-2015), MACC's Preservation Services program will improve preservation practices at hundreds of institutions by providing: collections care and preservation related workshops; disaster response services and preparation training; preservation planning surveys; collections care information; grant preparation assistance; and other related collection improvement services. The program has demonstrated very successful outcomes and measurable results, keeps its programming accessible to even the smallest institutions in the region, is staffed by knowledgeable conservators and preservation experts, and is devoted to this region's collections.

PH-20641-93Preservation and Access: National Heritage Preservation ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Preservation Surveys for Flooded Cultural Institutions in the Midwest7/1/1993 - 10/31/1993$30,000.00William Huebsch   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA1993Archival Management and ConservationNational Heritage Preservation ProjectsPreservation and Access300000300000

To support preservation surveys at flood-damaged museums, historical societies, libraries, and other cultural institutions in the Midwest.

PH-20826-97Preservation and Access: National Heritage Preservation ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services in the Upper Midwest10/1/1997 - 3/31/2000$260,000.00RichardC.Borges   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA1997Museum Studies or Historical PreservationNational Heritage Preservation ProjectsPreservation and Access26000002600000

To support a preservation field service program, which provides surveys, workshops and seminars, disaster assistance, and informtion services to museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

PH-20831-97Preservation and Access: National Heritage Preservation ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Chairman's Emergency Grant for Disaster Assistance for Museums in Minnesota and North Dakota3/1/1997 - 7/31/1997$30,000.00RichardC.Borges   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA1997Museum Studies or Historical PreservationNational Heritage Preservation ProjectsPreservation and Access300000300000

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PH-20898-99Preservation and Access: National Heritage Preservation ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services in the Upper Midwest10/1/1999 - 9/30/2002$357,487.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA1999Museum Studies or Historical PreservationNational Heritage Preservation ProjectsPreservation and Access337487200003374872000

To support a regional preservation field service program that provides surveys, workshops, disaster assistance, and information services to museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

PH-20968-01Preservation and Access: National Heritage Preservation ProjectsMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Regional Preservation Field Services in the Upper Midwest10/1/2001 - 12/31/2003$355,000.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2001Museum Studies or Historical PreservationNational Heritage Preservation ProjectsPreservation and Access3350002000033500010000

A regional preservation field service program that provides surveys, workshops and seminars, disaster assistance, and information services to museums, historical organizations, libraries, and archives in the Upper Midwest.

PR-284416-22Preservation and Access: Research and DevelopmentMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Protecting Public Art Collections: Emergency Preparedness Through Remote Risk Assessment and Mapping3/1/2022 - 2/28/2024$73,842.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2021Arts, OtherResearch and DevelopmentPreservation and Access738420738420

A planning project to develop a risk assessment matrix for public art collections using a subset of data from the Washington State Arts Commission’s public art collection.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center (MACC), in partnership with the Washington State Arts Commission (ArtsWA), will support emergency preparedness in public art collections through the development of tools for remote risk assessment, mapping, and emergency plans. This phase of the project will survey emergency preparedness activities and needs for public art collections in the United States, develop a reproducible logical framework for assessing risk remotely, and use that framework to evaluate data from a subset of the ArtsWA collection. This planning phase will conclude with a draft emergency planning document for ArtsWA, a review of the success of the framework, and a roadmap for future modifications and scaling. This project will use existing and accessible technology to fill a void in emergency planning for cultural heritage; it will create a resource that can be adapted and used freely by public art collections nationwide.

PR-295945-24Preservation and Access: Research and DevelopmentMidwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.Protecting Public Art Collections3/1/2024 - 2/28/2026$213,134.00ColinD.Turner   Midwest Art Conservation Center, Inc.MinneapolisMN55404-3506USA2023Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralResearch and DevelopmentPreservation and Access21313402129790

A Tier II project to develop tools for remote risk assessment and emergency planning for public art collections.

The Midwest Art Conservation Center will support emergency preparedness in public art collections through the development of tools for remote risk assessment and emergency planning. This is a Tier 2 implementation application and follows the successful completion of a Tier 1 planning grant awarded by the NEH in 2021. This phase will apply a risk assessment protocol developed in phase 1 to artworks in the collections of five diverse partner organizations. It will develop a free toolkit for public art collections nationwide and provide training for a wider group of public art caretakers to independently perform similar remote risk assessments and develop emergency plans for their collections. This project will use existing and accessible GIS mapping technology to fill a void in emergency planning for cultural heritage; it will create a resource that can be adapted and used freely by public art collections nationwide, ultimately improving their sustainability and resilience.