[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2017-11-09

INFO Heritage * OPRD Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Thu Nov 9 15:11:24 PST 2017


In this issue:
1. Goal 5 rule amendments
2. OPRD seeks Construction Project Manager 2 for Historic Projects
3. Portland's Historic Resources Code Project seeks community input
4. Free disaster preparedness for cultural collections workshop Dec. 9
5. Call for nominations for the ninth Oregon poet laureate
6. Business Oregon Rural Opportunity Initiative
7. NEDCC online training programs this winter

GOAL 5 RULE AMENDMENTS

At its November 15-17th meeting in Florence the Land Conservation and Development Commission will discuss amendments to the Goal 5 Rule. Adopted in January 2017, the proposed amendment correct errors in the rule that contradict ORS 197.772, Oregon's owner consent law. As adopted, the rule mistakenly allows property owners who refuse local landmark designation to circumvent the statutory 120-day delay for demolition or modification. The rule also requires a 120-day delay in issuing a permit to alter a listed locally-significant historic resource.

A meeting agenda and the staff report for the Goal 5 Rule amendment can be found on the DLCD Website here: http://www.oregon.gov/LCD/Pages/meetings.aspx

OPRD SEEKS CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER 2 FOR HISTORIC PROJECTS

The Construction Project Manager 2 (Historic Projects) position is responsible for historic preservation project management of projects from inception to turn over to the Park, including scoping, cost estimating, design documents, permit processing, bid management support, construction management, consultant contract management and construction inspection and testing; to provide historic preservation architectural support and design for the planning, locating, design, construction and maintenance of Historic state park facilities.

For more information and to apply visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1895630/construction-project-manager-2-historic-projects?department[0]=Parks%20%26%20Recreation-Operations&sort=PostingDate%7CDescending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs<https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1895630/construction-project-manager-2-historic-projects?department%5b0%5d=Parks%20%26%20Recreation-Operations&sort=PostingDate%7CDescending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs>

PORTLAND'S HISTORIC RESOURCES CODE PROJECTS SEEKS COMMUNITY INPUT

The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is advancing the Historic Resources Code Project<https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/654638> (HRCP), a zoning code initiative that will propose changes to how the City of Portland identifies, designates, and protects significant historic resources. Facilitated by a 2016 Oregon State Supreme Court ruling<http://www.publications.ojd.state.or.us/docs/S063048.pdf> and recent changes to state administrative rules<http://www.oregon.gov/LCD/Pages/Goal5HistoricResourceRulemaking.aspx>, the HRCP seeks to improve Portland's historic resource protection programs and better steward the city's rich cultural and architectural heritage.

Four public roundtables have been scheduled to solicit input on the project's primary focus areas: identification, designation and protection of historic resources. Roundtables are open to the public and all venues are accessible to people with disabilities. For more information and the dates and locations of the four roundtables, visit https://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/article/662415.

You can also participate in a survey<https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VKLM27V> and provide comment on Portland's historic resource inventory, designation, and protection.

FREE DISASTER PREPAREDNESS FOR CULTURAL COLLECTIONS WORKSHOP DEC. 9

Protecting Cultural Collections:
Disaster Prevention, Preparedness, Response & Recovery

Part 1:  On-Line Webinars - Prevention & Preparedness (archived 2½ hours total)

Part 2:  In-Person Workshop - Response & Recovery
The Dalles, Oregon - Saturday, December 9, 2017 - 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. - The Dalles-Wasco County Library, The Dalles, Oregon

The workshop is FREE. Participation in the in-person workshop requires viewing the archived Part 1 webinars BEFORE attending the Part 2 in-person workshop AND completing the workshop assignments. Any exception requires the permission of the instructor.

Sponsored by Western States & Territories Preservation Assistance Service (WESTPAS); The Dalles-Wasco County Library; and the Oregon State Library

Instructor: Kris Kern, Librarian Emerita, Portland State University, WESTPAS trainer

The "Protecting Cultural Collections" training is presented in a sequence of two archived webinars plus one in-person workshop to produce the following outcomes:

  *   Complete a disaster response & collection salvage plan
  *   Learn how to train staff to implement your plan effectively
  *   Set pre- and post-disaster action priorities for your collections
  *   Understand practical decision-making skills needed during an emergency
  *   Experience salvage procedures for books, documents, photos & objects

The webinar sessions and the in-person workshop are scheduled to enable participants to prepare short assignments between sessions, resulting in a completed disaster plan. Participating institutions will be invited to join an informal network of WESTPAS trained personnel to provide mutual aid in the event of emergencies involving collections in your region.

Who should attend:  Administrators and staff responsible for emergency preparedness, response and decision-making, in all types of cultural institutions. By registering for the workshop, the institution commits to supporting the attendee(s) to achieve the workshop's disaster preparedness goals. When possible, please commit two attendees so they can work together on the disaster preparedness activities.

Cost:    No charge to the institution.  Funding provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Registration:     Pre-registration required. Register online for an IN-PERSON session at: http://host7.evanced.info/pls/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=674

For registration assistance contact: Wendy Cao: caow at plsinfo.org<mailto:caow at plsinfo.org>
For general & content information contact Kris Kern: kernk at pdx.edu<mailto:kernk at pdx.edu>

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE NINTH OREGON POET LAUREATE

Think you know someone who would be an outstanding Poet Laureate of Oregon? We are accepting nominations for the ninth Oregon Poet Laureate, to begin their two-year term in April 2018. This nomination submission period closes January 13, 2018.

The role of Poet Laureate is to foster the art of poetry, encourage literacy and learning, address central issues relating to the humanities and heritage, and reflect on public life in Oregon. The Poet Laureate will participate in a minimum of ten public readings/events per year in urban and rural settings across the state that educate community, business, and state leaders about the value and importance of poetry and creative expression. One goal of the Poet Laureate will be to undertake a significant cultural project or projects during their term, such as bringing poetry to people or to a region of the state that might otherwise be underserved in this regard.

Nominees must meet the following criteria:
* Have lived in Oregon for at least ten years
* Be current residents of Oregon
* Be publicly recognized as poets and well regarded for excellence in their work
* Have a significant body of published and/or performed work
* Agree to the conditions and the term of the appointment

Review Criteria
Oregon's Poet Laureate must be committed to bringing poetry to a wide range of places and people, have a significant body of publically accessible work, agree to the period of the appointment, and be prepared to undertake a significant cultural project and the public role required of the laureate. Poets of all subgenres and styles, including prose, slam poetry, and cowboy poetry, will be considered.

To nominate a poet, please fill out the nomination form below. Once we receive your nomination, we will contact the nominee and have them fill out the online application for nominees. Only three letters of recommendation are accepted. If you would prefer to submit nomination through mail or email, please send all information requested in this application to:

Oregon Humanities
ATTN: Oregon Poet Laureate
921 SW Washington Street, Suite 150
Portland, OR 97205
or info at oregonpoetlaureate.org with subject "POET LAUREATE
NOMINATION"

BUSINESS OREGON RURAL OPPORTUNITY INITIATIVE

Rural Opportunity Initiative (ROI) - Request for Letters of Intent

Is your rural Oregon community reassessing economic opportunities, building on existing assets, and working with partners to enhance entrepreneurial capacity? ROI is a strategy to unify and strengthen existing business development resources to build rural prosperity through capacity building grants. ROI values entrepreneurship-based economic development, which emphasizes the creation and support of entrepreneurs and small businesses. ROI is not a new layer, and it is not operating in competition with existing initiatives. Because of this, applicants are prioritized based on:

  1.  their ability to demonstrate broad commitment and meaningful support from existing local economic development and small business support organizations, and
  2.  their ability to build the capacity of existing local economic development and small business support organizations, as well as, grow their collective ongoing efforts to strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
A detailed overview of the initiative, funding process, the Letter of Intent form, instructions for submitting responses, FAQ, and supporting resources are on our Rural Opportunity Initiative web page<http://development.oregon4biz.com/acton/ct/14786/s-0199-1711/Bct/q-004c/l-0007:27d1/ct2_0/1?sid=TV2%3AXkrnneii5>. Completed Letter of Intent forms are due by noon on December 1, 2017. Email us<mailto:bizor.roi at oregon.gov> with any inquiries.

NEDCC ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAMS THIS WINTER

Fundamentals of Audiovisual Preservation
December 5 , 2017 to January 23, 2018

Over six sessions, this course provides participants with information they need to create inventories of audiovisual holdings, to develop a reformatting timeline for priority materials, and to outline a Statement of Work. (Certificate of Completion)
http://bit.ly/PresT17

Preservation 101 - Preservation Basics for Paper and Media Collections
January 11, 2018 to March 27, 2018

A series of ten live interactive webinars builds on self-paced study through assigned readings. Participants will have access to webinar recordings, readings, and additional resources, and can communicate with the instructor and fellow participants. (Certificate of Completion; and Certified Archivists earn 20 Archival Recertification Credits (ARCs) through the Academy of Certified Archivists) Student rate available.
https://www.nedcc.org/preservation-training/preservation-101-online-course

The Preservation Reference Desk Series
The Preservation Reference Desk series will enable you to provide basic answers for the public's most common preservation questions. Register for this series if you work at a public library reference desk, frequently answer questions from the public, or if you will be celebrating Preservation Week or have other preservation-related programming coming up at your institution.

Topics include:
- Caring for Family Treasures - February 13, 2017
- Personal Digital Archiving - February 20, 2017
- Creating Scrapbooks - February 27, 2017
http://bit.ly/PresT17

Writing your NEH Preservation Assistance Grant - Free Webinar
2 Sessions: February 21 and February 23
This webinar covers the issues that should be considered when preparing to submit an NEH Preservation Assistance Grant.  Great intro to grant writing for preservation projects.
http://bit.ly/PresT17

Also many one-hour or two-hour live webinars on topics including Digitizing Scrapbooks, Collections Security, Digital Preservation Tools, Caring for Rare Books, Understanding Your Collection Environment, and more. Join us!
http://bit.ly/PresT17




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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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