[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2017-10-13
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Fri Oct 13 15:19:31 PDT 2017
In this issue:
1. OSU Archives Month events
2. Museum of Natural History & Cultural History Fall Archaeology Talks
3. IMLS now accepting applications for two museum grant programs
4. Lane County Historical Museum seeks part-time digital archivist
5. Oregon Tourism Commission opens large grants program
6. Historic Assessment Review Committee meets Oct. 17 in Salem
ARCHIVES MONTH EVENTS
OSU Special Collections and Archives is happy to offer three events to honor Oregon Archives Month for your viewing, tasting, and crafty pleasure! All events are in the OSU Valley Library.
Football Film Fun-A Showing of Historic Footage
12:00-1:00, Willamette Rooms-3rd floor
Glitter in the Archives
4:00-6:00, SCARC reading room-5th floor
Taste of the ‘Chives-A Showcase of Global Flavors
12:00-1:00, Willamette Rooms-3rd floor
For more details, visit our OAM website.<http://wpmu.library.oregonstate.edu/osu_archives/2017/10/05/oregon-archives-month-events/> Questions, please contact Karl McCreary at karl.mccreary at oregonstate.edu<mailto:karl.mccreary at oregonstate.edu>
MUSEUM OF NATURAL AND CULTURAL HISTORY FALL ARCHAEOLOGY TALKS
Fall Archaeology Talks (series of two)
INDIGENOUS ANTHROPOLOGY: VIEWS FROM THE FIELD
Fridays, October 13 and 20
in the museum Galleria
Potlatch and The Southwest Oregon Research Project: 22 years of Oregon Native Empowerment
In 1995, four Coquille Tribal members embarked on research project to Washington, DC, hoping to find archived records of tribal history, language, and culture. They returned with nearly 60,000 pages of materials. What happened next changed Oregon's history.
Anthropologist and UO Tribal liaison Jason Younker, Assistant Vice President and Advisor to the President on Sovereignty and Government to Government Relations
Indigenizing Curatorial Practice
Native scholars have written extensively on decolonizing museums that feature Native American history and culture. But is it possible to truly change the Euro-American model that most cultural museums offer? Join anthropologist, curator, and activist Deana Dartt (Chumash) and explore ways that museums can interrupt historic, European-American narratives and apply indigenized practices across every facet of the museum.
IMLS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR TWO MUSEUM GRANT PROGRAMS
The Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) is now accepting applications for two museum grant programs<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001fVutKTdh0HhJDaR_BLe_Wty7fjNiIZce0uA3hY11ZMihAdvBiA0xxRIJ6U0Cot48Gh7FqPIyIotwLo8rgxBli7qdUqr--UiWRcyh58XUodok7tdLzjSstThAWDAMYAb9JhzyyMzVzyyYYqVexFLagTaTTXv9fkCcRfj_ageHcYP2QBnpWk0IrgTZPtck58nN3qTfkf2u8hdRuRhbPSXWA3nitbgH3a5GcewgsqQk1yQVsZ1FwQ6NV8fMvvkOz-lI3FJELc3LD3kPtmkvd8523sszXD2o4w9C2Yfb4QBNQP_AheHOc9RepA==&c=7QZ4dk6HVlZ7C7Kb4XGdfNin2Li7e8hyBEVykTDwMrPblgEeFkjEcQ==&ch=I9Tkin2EpGHppaKEEahWaa-UPO3OwE6TjLTSbBaQIbsESbqCCIefDA==>: the African American History and Culture and the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services. The application deadline for both programs is December 1, 2017.
A change to the Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program this year allows applicants to request awards of up to $75,000.
See the IMLS website for program guidelines (notices of funding opportunities), instructions for completing applications, staff contacts, and webinar information for each museum grant program:
* Museum Grants for African American History and Culture<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001fVutKTdh0HhJDaR_BLe_Wty7fjNiIZce0uA3hY11ZMihAdvBiA0xxRLvCiM_Xx8i4C6OcK9j1QU_WMxLrAb9RpO4nZRxtq194CG39UZHOG01m-cFqnzfbhrIwx6GOIZ6QI3YhrhgDgIXFeSsADmFlkx7mu86rxDl_NOZblxEziq5hFlzJWy-wRVYMNZhY5k6EPHK7H3V9sLTdXBSMIj95GumuuEpCFwZ_zQDaXFHp3bUAHXwK492nT0CNED0-6dTi5L9F2aitxs=&c=7QZ4dk6HVlZ7C7Kb4XGdfNin2Li7e8hyBEVykTDwMrPblgEeFkjEcQ==&ch=I9Tkin2EpGHppaKEEahWaa-UPO3OwE6TjLTSbBaQIbsESbqCCIefDA==>
* Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001fVutKTdh0HhJDaR_BLe_Wty7fjNiIZce0uA3hY11ZMihAdvBiA0xxRLvCiM_Xx8ikeTq_2ux1AyKniqP5wNnRPFmh8FIC3aZGcdygYlYF_C9Nv1OBXS7NBSYcmq2IyM2TLghSiD9KA3uE-JcX2vhrNZYVHySJCACh58WmaeNLgQWwzAtGZlNWZyMjtYLkFeqgu0vhdjqPUcKKwEF8IfX1an1jofzfE-DdmnEHKxrifD_cRAyWVYX1ba_pgN5F6JriOLTt2PS2pE=&c=7QZ4dk6HVlZ7C7Kb4XGdfNin2Li7e8hyBEVykTDwMrPblgEeFkjEcQ==&ch=I9Tkin2EpGHppaKEEahWaa-UPO3OwE6TjLTSbBaQIbsESbqCCIefDA==>
Museum applicants are encouraged to check the IMLS website for upcoming program guidelines for the Museums Empowered Initiative<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001fVutKTdh0HhJDaR_BLe_Wty7fjNiIZce0uA3hY11ZMihAdvBiA0xxSFJRZ-ehpbsaUy_C0tL0YPQoHo1dfzTWZRkHL7awRtdsPBHOrT9NxTnNJZixyQrrbHyTUxFjeAbp4i0pgVgVke4Ey-VhmyY-MJk6WIrfFSkinXqfZLW4f6BJEXB0jM6iq974u0jWLwzkOU0qpTekr55mFXsnqiIM2pWDj9DiGkphalBGWGwyhOGQ_TQoOhmy0sgco0Wg5e_IaxaMxd-BQ4AMDFEYDcX64-BWkIhMIiSbfSpjJvcVi8=&c=7QZ4dk6HVlZ7C7Kb4XGdfNin2Li7e8hyBEVykTDwMrPblgEeFkjEcQ==&ch=I9Tkin2EpGHppaKEEahWaa-UPO3OwE6TjLTSbBaQIbsESbqCCIefDA==>.
Webinars with Program Staff
Potential grant applicants are invited to view two pre-recorded webinars<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001fVutKTdh0HhJDaR_BLe_Wty7fjNiIZce0uA3hY11ZMihAdvBiA0xxVaRWPeLYaSia3LH1GBP7XtVeojpZqMceqVT-8ZCe6MliAo15Ggm_o5DCuCkwOY6kmMg1LVN8q4zlYiy3S5ouxw97hgloz0IAgjYSaBuaM_0fn09i0383v07rc09UG9XenRkhYWfElmdGZbJADmZrZY=&c=7QZ4dk6HVlZ7C7Kb4XGdfNin2Li7e8hyBEVykTDwMrPblgEeFkjEcQ==&ch=I9Tkin2EpGHppaKEEahWaa-UPO3OwE6TjLTSbBaQIbsESbqCCIefDA==>, which can help provide information on how to choose the appropriate funding opportunity and navigate the required IMLS forms.
IMLS also invites potential applicants to view a live webinar offered for each grant program. Details are available on the IMLS website<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001fVutKTdh0HhJDaR_BLe_Wty7fjNiIZce0uA3hY11ZMihAdvBiA0xxVaRWPeLYaSia3LH1GBP7XtVeojpZqMceqVT-8ZCe6MliAo15Ggm_o5DCuCkwOY6kmMg1LVN8q4zlYiy3S5ouxw97hgloz0IAgjYSaBuaM_0fn09i0383v07rc09UG9XenRkhYWfElmdGZbJADmZrZY=&c=7QZ4dk6HVlZ7C7Kb4XGdfNin2Li7e8hyBEVykTDwMrPblgEeFkjEcQ==&ch=I9Tkin2EpGHppaKEEahWaa-UPO3OwE6TjLTSbBaQIbsESbqCCIefDA==>.
LANE COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM SEEKS PART-TIME DIGITAL ARCHIVIST
Part-time, 20-24 hrs/wk. $12.00/hr. Requirements: Proficiency with both Mac and PC. Experience with Adobe Photoshop, scanning and cataloging software. PastPerfect experience and graphics talent a plus. Proficiency with spreadsheets. Must be able to work independently on repetitive tasks, supervise volunteers, and be available for some weekend work. Previous experience with museums, cultural organizations, or non-profits a plus. Must be able to lift 40 pounds and climb stairs. Send cover letter and resume to: Office Manager, Lane County Historical Museum, 740 West 13th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97402 or officemanager at lchm.org. Deadline: 5:00 PM, October 20. For more information, call 682-4242.
OREGON TOURISM COMMISSION OPENS LARGE GRANTS PROGRAM
At its public meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 3, the Oregon Tourism Commission voted to open their Competitive Large Grants program for applications. The Commission further chose to designate $2.5 million dollars from the current fiscal year and an additional $2.5 million dollars over the course of the 2017-2019 biennium to initially fund this program. Eligible projects may be funded over more than one biennium. The program grants funds to eligible applicants for projects that contribute to the development of the tourism economy in communities across the state in support of Travel Oregon's mission of “a better life for Oregonians through strong, sustainable local economies.”
Competitive Large Grant applications are for grants greater than $100,000 and must demonstrate at least a 50 percent cash match. Large grant awards are intended to create statewide impacts or impact multiple regions. Eligible projects must provide for the improvement or expansion of the tourism economy in Oregon by showcasing the state on a national or global stage or is a world-class asset.
Applications for the program will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Nov. 13. Download the Competitive Large Grants Guidelines<https://t.e2ma.net/click/ls3sw/x162xs/14jeri> for specific eligibility requirements and to view the application questions.
* Oct. 5, 2017 – Application period opens
* Nov. 13, 2017 (5 p.m.) – Six printed copies of application materials and a digital copy must be received by Travel Oregon
* Nov. 21, 2017 – Application status notification
* Dec. 4, 2017 – Application finalists present to the Oregon Tourism Commission
* Dec. 5, 2017 – Oregon Tourism Commission considers final award(s)
Additional details can be found at Industry.TravelOregon.com/Grants<https://t.e2ma.net/click/ls3sw/x162xs/hxkeri>.
HISTORIC ASSESSMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE MEETS OCT. 17 IN SALEM
The Historic Assessment Review Committee will meet at 9:00 am on October 17 at the North Mall Office Building located at 725 Summer Street NE, Room 124A, Salem. Agenda items will include overview and highlights of the 2017 Special Assessment Property Tax benefit period, passing of bylaws, election of co-chair, and discussion on the future of the program which sunsets in 2020. The committee will invite public comments.
State law established the five-member Historic Assessment Review Committee to be the review body for appeals from property owners participating in the Special Assessment Property Tax Program for Historic Properties.
Requests for information about the meeting and accessibility may be made to coordinator Joy Sears at 503-986-0688 or by e-mail: Joy.Sears at oregon.gov<mailto:Joy.Sears at oregon.gov>.
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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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