Greater Hudson Heritage Network (GHHN) has partnered with the Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation for $50,000 to provide dedicated funding for Nassau and Suffolk County museums through the 2020 Conservation Treatment Grant Program. [Read more…] about GHHN Receives $50k Conservation Grant
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The Greater Hudson Heritage Network (GHHN) conference, “Experimenting with History: A Field Guide to Connecting Science and Your Heritage Organization” was recently held at Bear Mountain Inn. The welcome message touts the conference as a field guide to the area. Specifically, the areas of concern are STEM, visitations, and understanding collections better through conservation, forensics, and imaging technology. [Read more…] about Report On Greater Hudson Heritage Network’s Conference
Greater Hudson Heritage Network and the New York State Council on the Arts have announced a Creativity Incubator Grant Program.
Organizations are encouraged to apply for grants up to $5,000 to test out and experiment or implement new programmatic ideas to engage audiences. [Read more…] about Creativity Incubator Grant Program Launched
Greater Hudson Heritage Network’s Awards for Excellence program seeks to recognize and commend exceptional efforts among GHHN members. Awards are made to projects that exemplify creativity and professional vision resulting in a contribution to the preservation and interpretation of the historic scene, material culture and diversity of the region. [Read more…] about Greater Hudson Heritage Announces Award Winners
Greater Hudson Heritage Network has announced a behind-the-scenes walking tour of the Ossining Aqueduct Weir, set for Friday, May 31, 2019, from 5 to 7:30 pm. Attendees will meet at the Joseph Caputo Community Center in Ossining, and walk to the Weir on the Double Arch Bridge. [Read more…] about Tour of Old Croton Aqueduct Ossining Weir Friday
Greater Hudson Heritage Network (GHHN) will host Hands-On Historic Housekeeping Workshops in April and July on Long Island.
These full-day workshops are designed to equip attendees with the knowledge and skill sets necessary for cleaning, handling, and storing collections along with tools to teach their volunteer base these critical skills. [Read more…] about Historic Collections Care Workshops on Long Island
The Greater Hudson Heritage Network’s Annual Conference has been set for Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 at the Bear Mountain Inn & Conference Center in Bear Mountain, NY.
This year, organizers are looking for presentations that address how historic sites have found a way to give voice to individuals who have been marginalized or forgotten in history. They are especially interested in hands-on experiences; immersive experiences; and public programming that increases community engagement. [Read more…] about Call For Presenters for Greater Hudson Annual Conference
The Greater Hudson Heritage Network has announced it has been awarded five years of funding from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) for the continuation of the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program.
GHHN has managed the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program since 2000 and has regranted approximately $2.3 million on behalf of NYSCA to eligible organizations around New York State. Additionally, the amount of money available to regrant in 2018 has increased to approximately $106,675. [Read more…] about 2018 Material Culture Conservation Grants Available
The New York State Council on the Arts Museum Program, in partnership with CNY Arts, has announced they will again offer Professional Development Grants to eligible museums across New York State in 2018.
They have just over $33,000 to award. Museums may apply for up to $750 for a professional development opportunity for one or more staff or volunteers. Out-of-state travel cannot be supported with the award, but registration fees can be. [Read more…] about Museum Professional Development Grants Offered
Greater Hudson Heritage Network has awarded $6,992 in grants as part of its 2017 Fall Collection Needs Assessment Program: Site Assessment and Supplies Grants.
The 2017 Fall Collection Needs Assessment Program: Site Assessment and Supplies Grant, administered by Greater Hudson Heritage Network in partnership with the New York State Council on the Arts, supports requests for site assessments and to purchase collection management supplies for qualified museums in New York State.
For the Fall grant funding cycle, 29 grant applications were received from institutions from 22 counties in New York State, requesting an aggregate of $20,020.77 in grant support. In all, 11 organizational awards totaling $6,992 were recommended for funding. The 2017 Collection Needs Assessment Program Grant awards range from $320 to $750. [Read more…] about Collection Assessment Program Grants Awarded