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Service opportunity: FAIC Collaborative Workshops in Photograph Conservation Committee

Posted on 03/18/21 by Deborah in SPE

The Foundation for Advancement in Conservation's (FAIC) Collaborative Workshops in Photograph Conservation Committee is seeking applications for a new committee member. The Committee is funded by an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation endowment, and charged with program planning related to photograph conservation and preservation.

Committee members provide input, ideas, and advice regarding program topics, speakers, and content that is open to international audience. They are asked to serve a two-year term, which may renew twice for a total of six years tenure on the committee. We ask committee members to commit to one virtual meeting per month, and may be asked to lead additional projects and act as liaisons for programs. This is not a compensated service opportunity.

To learn more about the Collaborative Workshops in Photograph Conservation visit our webpage on the FAIC website. Examples of CWPC's recent programs can be found here.

Criteria for review:

Experience with photographic materials. Interest in training and education, public engagement and outreach, or mentorship. Preference may be given to applicants whose geographic locations, employment type, professional background, or experience diversify current committee demographics. Applicants are not required to be members of the American Institute for Conservation.

Link to the application: https://culturalheritage.secure-platform.com:443/a/solicitations/1160/home

Application deadline: April 1, 2021

Please contact the Chair of the Committee, Margaret Wessling (margaret.m.wessling@gmail.com) with any specific questions.

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