[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2015-01-15
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Thu Jan 15 16:30:09 PST 2015
In this Issue
1. NEH Grant Writing Workshop set in Boise, March 10
2. Architectural Heritage Center offers educational programs, tours
3. Bowman Museum, Prineville, seeks collections manager
4. Assistant curator / exhibits coordinator opening at MOCC
NEH Grant Writing Workshop set in Boise, March 10
Boise State University and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), in partnership with the Idaho Humanities Council will hold a grant writi8ng workshop from 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., March 10 at the Student Union Building Lookout Room, Boise State University, 1910 University Dr., Boise, Idaho. The day’s activities will include an overview of NEH programs and special initiatives followed by a mock panel review session offering strategies for developing strong applications. For further information, and to register, visit Boise State University online<http://research.boisestate.edu/neh/>.
ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE CENTER OFFERS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, TOURS
The Architectural Heritage Center (AHC) will offer several educational programs and tours in February, March and April.
A lecture titled “The Architects and Architecture of Portland’s Fraternal Lodges and Secret Societies” will take place from 7 – 8:30 p.m., March 10 and 12, that will cover current and former buildings associated with organizations like the Masons, Odd Fellows, Woodmen of the World, and a variety of women’s and immigrant groups.
A few weeks after the above lecture, take a bicycle tour through Northeast and Southeast Portland to see several some historic fraternal lodge buildings. As you pedal, you’ll learn more about the buildings’ architecture and the architects who designed them, while getting a better sense of how these buildings played an important role in the development of their neighborhoods.
Guest curator Morgen Young will present, “Strength, Utility, and Beauty: Architectural Metals in the Gilded Age and Beyond” in conjunction with an exhibit of the same name from 7 – 8:30 p.m., March 31 and 10 – 11:30 a.m., April 4. The lecture and exhibit examine 1850s, architects and builders in Portland who employed architectural elements made from a variety of metals from the “Grand Era” of cast-iron architecture well into the 20th century.
Grant funding from Oregon Heritage helped make the above programs possible. For further information, visit the AHC website<http://www.visitahc.org/content/winter-2015-education-programs>.
BOWMAN MUSEUM, PRINEVILLE, SEEKS COLLECTIONS MANAGER
The Bowman Museum, located in Prineville, is seeking a collections manager. Successful candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Museum Studies, History or Anthropology, and one year of experience in museum methodology, collection management, and with PastPerfect or similar museum collection software. A full job description and application instructions are available on the Crook County website<http://www.co.crook.or.us/Portals/0/Temp/job-collections.pdf>. Submit applications to the Cook County Treasurer’s/Tax office at 200 NE 2nd ST, Prineville, OR 97754. The position will be open until filled.
ASSISTANT CURATOR / EXHIBITS COORDINATOR OPENING AT MOCC
The Museum of Contemporary Craft, in partnership with the Pacific Northwest Collage of Art (PNCA), has an opening for an assistant curator and exhibition coordinator. Successful candidates will have two years curatorial or public programming experience, experience handling, moving and packing art objects and knowledge of best practices. The individual in this position will manage the logistical details for exhibition and public programming activities. The position will also assist with all curatorial activities, including exhibitions, public programming, and collection/archive development. For a complete job description and application instructions, visit PNCA online<https://media.pnca.edu/system/assets/699bfaca-a8ae-4d20-8eb5-d82fe382ff63/original/pnca_699bfaca-a8ae-4d20-8eb5-d82fe382ff63_original.pdf?1421183410>.
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