by Davis Erin Anderson, Community Engagement Manager, METRO
The Center for Jewish History will host a two-day rare books workshop presented by The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 27 and 28. The Next Chapter: Rare Books in Modern Times will cover identifying, preserving, and sharing rare books with today’s audience.
Speakers include several New Yorkers:
- Felicity Corkill, Preservation Services Manager, Center for Jewish History
- Maria Fredericks, Drue Heinz Book Conservator, Thaw Conservation Center, The Morgan Library and Museum
- Janet Gertz, Director of Preservation and Digital Conversion Division, Columbia University Libraries
- Susan Malbin, Director of Library and Archives, American Jewish Historical Society
- Christine Nelson, Drue Heinz Curator of Literary and Historical Manuscripts, The Morgan Library and Museum
- Melissa Tedone, Library Conservator, Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
- Jennifer Tobias, Librarian, Museum of Modern Art
- Renée Wolcott, Book Conservator, Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts
We’re please to extend to our members a reduced fee to attend this course. Enter METRO1015 at checkout for a 10% discount for a total of $225. Please register on or by Tuesday, October 13.
Please contact Emily Polhamus (epolhamus [at] ccaha [dot] org) with any questions or concerns.