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Monday, May 29 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
CAP, MAP, and StEPS: Collections Care Opportunities for Small Institutions

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Do you work with small or mid-sized museums? Join program managers from the Collections Assessment for Preservation (CAP) program, Museum Assessment Program (MAP), and Standards and Excellence Program (StEPs) for History Organizations to learn how these programs can help with collections care and overall institutional development.

The goal of the session is to help attendees better understand the three programs so that they can advise clients and colleagues. The first hour of the session will consist of presentations on each of the programs, focusing on the differences among them and the benefits of each. In the second half, the speakers will hold casual "office hours," to speak with attendees one-on-one about specific questions or scenarios.

Speaker(s)
avatar for Tiffani Emig

Tiffani Emig

CAP Program Coordinator, Foundation of the American Institute for Conservation
Tiffani came to FAIC to coordinate the administration of the Collections Assessment for Preservation Program (CAP). Previously, she served as Director of Market Operations for the Boston Public Market during the nonprofit's development and opening year. She has also served as Cur... Read More →
avatar for Chris Reich

Chris Reich

Chief Administrator, Office of Museum Services, Institute of Museum and Library Services
Chris Reich has worked with IMLS since 2006 and currently provides oversight supervision for grants management activities in the Office of Museum Services. He serves as an advisor to the Deputy Director for Museums on a broad range of organizational, managerial and technical issu... Read More →
avatar for Danyelle Rickard

Danyelle Rickard

Museum Assessment Program Officer, American Alliance of Museums
Danyelle Rickard has her B.A. in History from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and her M.A. in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins. She has worked in museum collections for 13 years at various museums including the Maryland Historical Society, Winterthur, The Jew... Read More →
avatar for Laura Hortz Stanton

Laura Hortz Stanton

Executive Director, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
Laura Hortz Stanton is Executive Director of CCAHA. Laura assumed this role in 2014 after having served seven years as CCAHA’s Director of Preservation Services. In this position, she conducted vulnerability and needs assessments, formulated disaster plans for museums, libraries, and other institutions, and taught preservation classes. Under her leadership, the Preservation Services Department implemented and presented educational programs on preservation planning across the country. She has served as Vice Chair of the American Institute for... Read More →


Monday May 29, 2017 10:00am - 12:00pm
Crystal Ballroom A Lobby Level, West Tower

Attendees (41)