Protection of Cultural Property

Not sure how many of my readers are concerned with this topic, but the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC is hosting this event:

National Conference on Cultural Property Protection, March 26-27, at the Warner Bros. Theater, NMAH

Please join the Office of Protection Services (OPS) and the Office of the Deputy Under Secretary for Collections and Interdisciplinary Support (DUSCIS) for the National Conference on Cultural Property Protection, March 26-27, 2015, at the Warner Bros. Theater, National Museum of American History.

The National Conference on Cultural Property Protection offers insight and proven solutions for new and seasoned professionals in the field of cultural property protection. Rooted in security, programming embraces an interdisciplinary focus on cultural heritage protection and preservation.

This year’s exciting agenda includes several Smithsonian presenters and topics such as: disaster resilience thinking, integrated emergency planning, lessons learned during real-life active shooter scenarios, and more.

Registration is just $275, and includes meals and evening networking opportunities.

Please see our website for the complete agenda and to register: www.natconf.si.edu

Questions? Please contact Donna Taylor in Office of Protection Services, (202) 633-5647 (3-5647) or TaylorD@si.edu.

Be sure to read the comments from readers below for additional resources.

 

4 thoughts on “Protection of Cultural Property

  1. I did not know that. It figures since Univ. of DE also has a Disaster Research Center.

    Some years ago I was told the Getty Museum in Los Angeles was highly skilled at protecting art works from earthquake.

  2. For those who aren’t aware of it, the University of Delaware has an excellent program aimed at protecting all of its collections, and for speeding recovery after a crisis. A model for institutions of higher ed.

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