Condition Reporting for Collections and Historic Buildings

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A short online course on the Condition Reporting for Collections and Historic Buildings.

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Starting on October 18, 2021 "Condition Reporting for Collections and Historic Buildings"                                                            3 Week Online Class - $250

Do you have historic or artistic collections, or historic buildings, and want to know how to best develop a comprehensive condition reporting system?

In this course you will learn about how how objects, art collections, and historic buildings deteriorate, how to recognize problems, how to document condition issues, and how to develop a condition reporting system within your institution so that issues can be resolved efficiently. Also how to use a rigorous monitoring and condition reporting system to form the foundation for preservation and conservation grants. We will emphasize what you can do and when you need a conservator.

The course has three sections: The Agents of Deterioration, Documentation and Condition Reporting Systems, Monitoring your Collections / Buildings and Integrating Condition Reporting within your Institution.

It is structured so you can do the course from home or from work. All done on your own time and schedule. No quizzes - no tests. There will a written assignment at the end to complete to course.

This online class will give you the tools to understand and develop an awesome condition reporting program for your collections and buildings!

Space is limited so register soon!

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Organizer David Harvey

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David Harvey

David Harvey is a principal conservator and museum consultant with 39 years experience as a museum, metals, art, artifact, architecture, and sculpture conservator. He has been a manager of a large museum lab, head of objects conservation at a University regional conservation center, senior conservator at a prominent private practice, propietor of his own conservation and museum consulting business, and instructor for museum classes online. David was awarded professional associate status by the AIC in 1999. He was the Chair of the AIC objects group,and has been a grant reviewer for the IMLS and NEH.

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