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Monday, May 29 • 9:00am - 3:00pm
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Panelists from Europe, United States, Latin America and the Caribbean will share experiences in carrying out preservation projects in various fields with limited resources and to share their challenges and lessons learned with emphasis on Latin America and the Caribbean regions. U.S. conservators who have worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as conservators from the region, who have worked successfully in challenging projects, will share their experiences and foster discussions to explore techniques for achieving positive results for preservation projects with limited budget, limited human resources, limited training, or other limitations. The discussion groups will address specific short- and long-term tips for carrying out preservation on a budget. In addition, the discussion session will provide an opportunity for expanding networking, communications, and interactions.

Cost: $169

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In 1989, a group of Latin American and North American conservation professionals met to discuss and identify needs of colleagues in Latin America, and to propose ways of supporting their professional activities. This network has continued to grow and currently it includes over 4,500 conservation and preservation professionals. In 1994, ICCROM offered the support of their Office of Database Management to merge... Read More →
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The Getty Foundation (initially called the Getty Grant Program) was established in 1984 in the belief that philanthropy is a key ingredient in carrying out the mission of the J. Paul Getty Trust. The Getty Trust is an international cultural organization that includes the Getty Conservation Institute, Getty Foundation, Getty Research Institute, and J. Paul Getty Museum. Drawing on our unique position as a grant-making entity within the larger Getty Trust, we utilize the expertise of all the Getty programs as well as colleagues in our fields to identify areas where grants can make a difference. | | Since our inception, the Foundation's signature grant programs have made art history more interdisciplinary and international; created models for the practice of conservation emphasizing the importance of planning and training; increased access to museum and archival collections, most recently in digital form; and nurtured a generation of new leaders in the visual arts. To date, the Foundation has developed, assessed, awarded, and monitored over 7,000 grants in more than 180... Read More →

Monday May 29, 2017 9:00am - 3:00pm
Comiskey Concourse Level, West Tower

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