[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2017-06-22

INFO Heritage * OPRD Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Thu Jun 22 15:29:55 PDT 2017


In this issue:
1. 2017 Oregon Heritage grants awarded for museums and cemeteries
2. Oregon SHPO is going digital!
3. Oregon Women's History Consortium 2018 research fellowship
4. Deschutes County Historical Society seeks development coordinator
5. Connecting to Collections webinar on care of books and scrapbooks July 28
6. Upcoming cultural planning and development online courses through UBC

2017 OREGON HERITAGE GRANTS AWARDED FOR MUSEUMS AND CEMETERIES

Oregon Heritage, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, awarded 8 grants totaling $55,140 to museums across the state for collections, tourism or education related. Projects range from exhibits to collections housing and awards range from $4,000-$10,000.

Funded projects include:
* Baker Heritage Museum, in Baker City, for a Paint Your Wagon exhibit.
* Deschutes County Historical Society for exhibit lighting and window treatments at the Deschutes County Historical Museum in Bend.
* Douglas County Historical Society for a new HVAC system at the Floed-Lane House in Roseburg.
* High Desert Museum, near Bend, for the "Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo" exhibit and programming.
* Maxville Heritage Interpretive Center, in Joseph, for an interactive interpretive kiosk.
* Oregon Historical Society to update the educational traveling trunks and develop new curriculum.
* Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health, in Salem, for research into and care of 97 pieces of art, some produced by patients.
* Sheridan Museum of History for the installation of exhibits in the new museum.
This competitive grant program is for qualifying museums, and is offered annually in the spring. It is a program of the Oregon Heritage Commission, comprised of nine people representing Oregon's heritage and geographical diversity who have been appointed by the Governor. There are nine advisory representatives from state agencies and statewide organizations. The mission of the Oregon Heritage Commission is to secure, sustain, and enhance Oregon's heritage by ensuring coordination of heritage initiatives by public and private organizations; advocacy on its behalf; education of the public about its extent and value; and promotion and celebration of its diversity.

The Commission is part of Oregon Heritage, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. To learn more about the Oregon Museum Grant or the Oregon Heritage Commission, visit www.oregonheritage.org<http://www.oregonheritage.org> or contact Kuri Gill at Kuri.gill at oregon.gov<mailto:Kuri.gill at oregon.gov> or 503-986-0685.

Oregon Heritage, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, awarded 21 grants totaling $70,265 for projects across the state that support preservation of historic cemeteries. Projects range from monument repair to information kiosks and awards range from $390-$8,000.

Funded projects include:
* Monument repair.
* Placing markers on unmarked graves.
* Fence repair.
* Install kiosks with maps and historical information.
* Tree trimming and felling.
* Road repair.

Projects were awarded to Butteville Pioneer Cemetery, City of Canby, Coquille Indian Tribe, Crooked Finger Cemetery, Deadwood Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Gillespie Cemetery, Inc., Greenwood Hills Cemetery Maintenance Association, Kings Valley Cemetery Association, City of Klamath Falls, Lacomb Cemetery Association, Maple Grove Cemetery, Nehalem Valley Historical Society, Phoenix Pioneer Cemetery Association, City of Salem, St. Johns Lodge #17 Masonic Cemetery Association, Kirsten Straus, City of Ukiah, Wagner Creek Cemetery Association, Weston Cemetery Maintenance District #2, Willamette Valley Jewish Community Burial Society.

This competitive grant program is for projects that support the preservation of historic cemeteries. The state designation of a historic cemetery is one that includes the burial of at least one person who died before February 14, 1909. It is a project of the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries which is comprised of seven citizens and is empowered by the Legislature to develop and maintain a listing of all pioneer and historic cemeteries in Oregon; make recommendations for funding, obtain grants funding, seek legislative appropriations for historic cemeteries, and assist in the coordination of restoration, renovation and maintenance of historic cemeteries statewide.

The Commission is part of Oregon Heritage, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. To learn more about the Oregon Historic Cemeteries Grant or the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries, visit www.oregonheritage.org<http://www.oregonheritage.org> or contact Kuri Gill at Kuri.gill at oregon.gov<mailto:Kuri.gill at oregon.gov> or 503-986-0685.

OREGON SHPO IS GOING DIGITAL!

Coming Fall 2017, the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) will offer a new digital review and compliance submittal service called Go Digital. Go Digital will streamline the submittal process and allow our office to assist a greater number of customers while maintaining response times. In response to requests from our customers, our Go Digital service will allow for an easier, quicker way to submit, receive, track, and consult on new and existing projects.

Go Digital Basics:

* Go Digital submittals are heavily encouraged; however, hard-copy or paper submittals will still be accepted via standard mail.
* If a project is submitted via hard-copy or paper, all future correspondence associated with the project must be submitted in the same format, including all updates and revisions.
* Similarly, if a project is submitted via Go Digital, no hard-copy materials associated with the project will be accepted later in the consultation process.
* Archaeological reports and site forms submitted via Go Digital will no longer require a hard-copy or CD.
* Go Digital submittals will not be accepted unless they are sent to the ORSHPO.Clearance at oregon.gov<mailto:ORSHPO.Clearance at oregon.gov> email following the Go Digital Submittal Guidelines.
* Go Digital Submittal Guidelines will be available prior to roll out.

For questions regarding Go Digital, contact Matt Diederich at (503) 986-0577 or matt.diederich at oregon.gov<mailto:matt.diederich at oregon.gov>.

The Oregon State Historic Preservation Office is part of Oregon Heritage, a division of Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Other Oregon Heritage programs include the Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries, the Oregon Heritage Commission, and the Oregon Main Street Program. Learn more about Oregon Heritage by visiting www.oregonheritage.org<http://www.oregonheritage.org>.

OREGON WOMEN'S CONSORTIUM 2018 RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP

The Oregon Women's History Consortium offers two research fellowships to support scholarship that will lead to a significant contribution in the field of Oregon women's history. Now is the time to plan for your application, or one of your students, to the 2018 Oregon Women's History Consortium Research Fellowship. 2018 application guidelines are  attached.

Junior Fellowship - $1,000
Senior Fellowship - $1,000

Application deadline is November 1, 2017. 2018 application guidelines are attached. For more information, please go to: www.oregonwomenshistory.org<http://www.oregonwomenshistory.org/>

DESCHUTES COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY SEEKS DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

The Deschutes County Historical Society is accepting applications for a part-time Development Coordinator to aid in development and membership management. Primary duties revolve around membership management working with Donorperfect database and fundraising event planning/execution. Apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and references to info at deschuteshistory.org<mailto:info at deschuteshistory.org> by July 3, 2017. More information is available on our website at https://www.deschuteshistory.org/about-us/staff-board-of-directors/.

CONNECTING TO COLLECTIONS WEBINAR ON CARE OF BOOKS AND SCRAPBOOKS
July 28,2017, 2-3:30pm EDT
How many smaller institutions have scrapbooks and old books that have been entrusted to their care and that are just shoved in the back of a dark closet because they are problem objects? Books and scrapbooks are similar objects in many ways, but each requires different types of care. In this webinar we will explore these differences and techniques to extend the lives of these deceptively simple objects. We will look at the types of albums and books, handling these objects, housings, shelving, and more. Armed with a sound foundation, you will be able to create a preservation plan for two very common categories of materials.
Presenter Rebecca Elder is an experienced cultural heritage preservation consultant who specializes in finding practical and achievable solutions for challenging situations. In 2014, Rebecca founded Rebecca Elder Cultural Heritage Preservation to provide preservation advice to library, museum and archive clients. For the ten years previous to this, she was Adjunct Preservation Field Services Officer with Amigos Library Services. Rebecca received her MSIS and a Certificate of Advanced Studies for Conservation of Library and Archival Materials from the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin, and now is adjunct faculty at the iSchool, teaching Preservation Management and Treatment Techniques for Bound Materials. Rebecca has also worked at the Harvard University Libraries and the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. Over the course of her career, Rebecca has conducted over 100 preservation assessments for institutions ranging from small historical museums to municipalities to large academic libraries, and has taught classes on such topics as Emergency Preparedness, Response and Recovery, Preservation of Photographic Materials, Archival Holdings Maintenance, and three levels of Book Repair Techniques.
For more information or to register visit https://www.connectingtocollections.org/books-and-scrapbooks/

UPCOMING CULTURAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ONLINE COURSES THROUGH UBC

registration is open for the next session of professional development courses and workshops offered by the international University of British Columbia (UBC) Centre for Cultural Planning and Development - delivered 100% online.

Creating Strategic Plans<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/creating-strategic-plans/uc001>
Oct 2- Dec 3, 2017: 100% Online
Instructor: Sue Harvey, Vancouver, Canada

Creative Placemaking<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/creative-placemaking/uc003>
Oct 2- Dec 3, 2017: 100% Online
Instructor: Pru Robey, Toronto, Canada

Foundations of Cultural Planning<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/foundations-cultural-planning/uc002>
Oct 2- Dec 3, 2017: 100% Online
Instructor: Robert Palmer, Edinburgh, UK

Online Workshop: Creative Economy and Cultural Planning- The Smaller City Perspective<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-creative-economy-cultural-planning-smaller-city-perspective/uc015>
3 Tue, Sept 19-Oct 3 from 11am-1pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Dr. Tom Fleming, London, UK

Online Workshop: Intangible Cultural Heritage<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-intangible-cultural-heritage/uc013>
3 Wed, Oct 18-Nov 1 from 3pm-5pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Dr. Marilyn Truscott, Canberra, Australia

Online Workshop: Managing for Success in Public Art<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-managing-success-public-art/uc017>
3 Thu, Oct 26-Nov 9 from 3pm-5pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Cath Brunner, 4Culture, Seattle, WA, USA

NEW! Online Workshop: Changing the Leadership of Culture and the Culture of Leadership<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-changing-leadership-culture-culture-leadership/uc036>
3 Thu, Nov 9-23 from 10am-12pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Sue Hoyle, Clore Leadership Programme, London UK

Online Workshop: Cultural Practices and Strategies in the Digital Realm<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-cultural-practices-strategies-digital-realm/uc033>
3 Wed, Nov 15-29 from 12pm-2pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Dr. Lidia Varbabova, Montreal, Canada

Online Workshop: Cultural Entrepreneurship<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-cultural-entrepreneurship/uc011>
3 Thu, Nov 23-Dec 7, 10am-12pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Dr. Lidia Varbanova, Montreal, Canada

NEW! Online Workshop: Best Practices in Museum Governance and Strategic Planning<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-best-practices-museum-governance-strategic-planning/uc035>
3 Thu, Nov 23- Dec 7, 12pm - 2pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Lenore McMillan, Toronto, Canada

Online Workshop: Cultural Planning - An International Perspective<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/courses/online-workshop-cultural-planning-international-perspective/uc018>
3 Tue, Nov 28- Dec 12, 10am-12pm Pacific Time
Instructor: Dr. Lidia Varbanova, Montreal, Canada

For more information and to register, please visit https://cstudies.ubc.ca/study-topic/cultural-planning-development and join our subscription list<https://cstudies.ubc.ca/contact-us/subscribe> to receive program updates.





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Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>
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