Presentations

 

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2019

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Collections

ARCHIVES MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL Museums

Jennifer Motszko - Digital Scholarship & Preservation Archivist, UW-Whitewater Archives & Area Research Center

Tiered Collections in Historical Museums

Laura Furman - Curator of Collections & Kim Ortega - Assistant Curator, Midway Village Museum

What Makes a Thing an Artifact?

Joe Kapler - Lead Curator, Wisconsin Historical Society

Care & Exhibition of Historic Clothing in Small Museums

Sharon Welton - Director, Stephenson County Historical Society Museum & Arboretum

Administration

Fundraising Roundtable

Tim McKern - Foundation Director, Blackhawk Technical College Foundation

The Humanity Behind the History: Interpreting Military History in the Age of Google and 'Call of Duty'

Kevin Hampton - Curator of History, Wisconsin Veterans Museum

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR SMALL MUSEUMS

Lisa Kain - Curator, Neville Public Museum

A Spooky Side of History: How Ghost Tours Are a Part of Local History

Samantha Hochmann - Executive Director, Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum


Conference Schedule


Friday, May 17th, 2019

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On-site Registration & Check-in — 8:00 - 9:00

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 Session 1 — 9:30 - 10:30

Archives Management for Small Museums, Jennifer Motszko, UW-Whitewater Archives & Area Research Center

Fundraising Roundtable, Tim McKern, Blackhawk Technical College Foundation

 Session 2 — 10:45 - 11:45

Tiered Collections in Historical Museums, Laura Furman & Kim Ortega, Midway Village Museum

The Humanity Behind the History: Interpreting Military History in the Age of Google and 'Call of Duty', Kevin Hampton, Wisconsin Veterans Museum

 

Lunch & Silent Auction— 11:45 - 12:45

 

Session 3 — 1:00 - 2:00

What Makes a Thing an Artifact? Jospeph Kapler, Wisconsin Historical Society

Social Media for Small Museums, Lisa Kain, Neville Public Museum

Session 4 — 2:15 - 3:15/ 3:45

Care & Exhibition of Historic Clothing in Small Museums, Sharon Welton, Stephenson County Historical Society Museum and Arboretum (ends 3:45)

A Spooky Site of History: How Ghost Tours are a Part of Local History, Samantha Hochmann, Tinker Swiss Cottage Museum & Gardens