C2C Emergency Plans Artifact Salvage and Recovery Agenda

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C2C Emergency Plans
Artifact Salvage and Recovery
Agenda
Curriculum Resources:
Textbook: Building an Emergency Plan: A Guide for Museums and Other
Cultural Institutions by Valerie Dorge and Sharon L. Jones (Los Angeles: J.
Paul Getty Trust, 1999)
http://www.getty.edu/conservation/publications_resources/pdf_publication
s/pdf/emergency_plan.pdf
Online Resource: Florida Connecting to Collections 2012: Developing
Emergency Plans
http://www.flamuseums.org/professional-development/connecting-to
collections/emergency-plans/
Module 2: Salvage and Recovery
Workshop #1
Date: October 2, 2015
Locations: Ringling Museum of Art-Sarasota, Museum of Natural History, UFGainesville, & Frost Art Museum-Miami
Pre-Workshop Assignment:
1. Review Elements of Plan video found on FL C2C: Developing ER Plans.
http://www.flamuseums.org/professional-development/connecting-tocollections/emergency-plans/elements-of-a-plan/ (video is 15 minutes long)
2. Review samples of Artifact Salvage and Recovery found on FL C2C:
Developing ER Plans
http://flamuseums.org/professional-development/connecting-tocollections/emergency-plans/artifact-salvage-recovery/
3. Read chapter 1 in Building an Emergency Plan (see link to pdf under
Curriculum Resources above)
9:30 am
9:45-10:00 am
Participants arrive at workshop locations
Webinar: Introduction
Speaker: Myriam Springuel, FAM Program Manager
10:00-10:15 am
Large group discussion led by facilitator:
 Participants introduce themselves and their organization, and
discuss their greatest challenges in terms of emergency
planning.
10:15-10:45 am
Webinar: Salvage and Recovery Part One: Archival & Paintings
Speaker: Francoise Hack, Asst. Director for Collections, The
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
10:45-11:15 am
11:15-11:25 am
11:25-11:50 am
11:50-12:05 pm
12:05- 1:05 pm
1:05-1:20 pm
1:20-1:40 pm
1:40-1:50 pm
1:50-2:10 pm
2:10 – 2:20 pm
2:20-2:55 pm
2:55-3:10 pm
Webinar: Salvage and Recovery Part Two: Objects
Speaker: Rosa Lowinger, Principal Conservator, Rosa Lowinger
& Associates
Q & A with presenters
Large group discussion led by facilitator:
Discuss experiences participants may have had with artifact
salvage and recovery. Begin talking about the salvage
techniques presented which types would be appropriate for the
mentee organizations.
Pick up box lunch or walk to lunch site
Working lunch:
Continued discussion about collections under your care. Chance
to ask questions, share concerns, and solicit feedback from
others.
Break/Walk back to workshop location
Webinar: Supplies
Speaker: Elise LeCompte, Registrar & Asst. Dept. Chair, Florida
Museum of Natural History, University of Florida
Q & A with presenter
Webinar: Case Studies
Case Study #1: Hydrological Event at the Ringling
Speaker: Francoise Hack, Asst. Director for Collections, The
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Case Study #2: Mold at the Museum
Speaker: Robin Bauer Kilgo, Project Associate, Florida
Connecting to Collections
Q & A with presenters
Small working groups:
Working in your mentor/mentee groups, identify from salvage
techniques presented which types would be appropriate for the
mentee organizations.
Webinar: Next Steps
Speaker: Robin Bauer Kilgo, Project Associate, Florida
Connecting to Collections
Assignments for next meeting Survey to fill out Assignment:
1. Read chapters 7 & Appendix 1 in Building an Emergency Plan
2. Develop appropriate artifact salvage and recovery section of an Emergency
Plan for your organization using the resources and examples discussed. Send
a draft to your mentor for review. Revise based on discussion with mentor.
Bring an almost final draft to Workshop 2.
Workshop #2
Date: December 11, 2015
Location: Mentee Locations
9:30 am
9:45-10:00 am
10:00 – 11:00 am
11:00 – 11:15 am
11:15 – 11:45 am
11:45-12:00 pm
12:00- 1:00 pm
1:00-1:15 pm
1:15 – 2:30 pm
2:30 – 3:00 pm
3:00-3:10 pm
Participants arrive at workshop locations
Webinar: Introduction
Speaker: Myriam Springuel, FAM Program Manager
Plan of action for the day
Collections Assessment:
Visit collections at the host location; discuss strengths and
weaknesses of collections care. Ask questions of the host about
why they made the decisions they did. Note what you would do
differently and why. Host provides the tour and mentors help
answer questions. Mentees talk about how they solved similar
problems.
Break
Large group discussion led by assessor and facilitator:
Formalize recommendations you would make if the collections
were your responsibility.
Pick up box lunch or walk to lunch site
Working lunch:
Mentees provide an overview of their threats and priorities.
Mentors respond to challenges mentees may be facing.
Break/Walk back to workshop location
Small working groups-Artifact Salvage Exercise: Attendees will
gain hands on experience by placing various objects in a wet
environment. They will then observe condition and practice
salvage techniques discussed in Workshop #1.
Large group discussion led by facilitator:
After action report on what was discovered and learned in the
practical exercise.
Webinar: Next Steps
Speaker: Myriam Springuel, Program Manager
Introduction of Unit #3: Emergency Personnel. Survey to fill out 
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