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M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
M&GSQ Securing Funding Workshop - Community Heritage Grants
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  • 1. Community Heritage Grants 2012 Presentation by CHG Coordinator, Dianne Dahlitz Securing FundingMuseum & Gallery Services QldAtherton & Malanda, 7-8 March 2012
  • 2. What are Community Heritage Grants?• Aim to preserve & provide access to heritage collections of national significance held by community groups• Grants of up to $15,000
  • 3. Who can apply?• A not-for-profit organisation;• That owns or manages a collection of national significant material;• That is accessible to the general public
  • 4. What types of projects receive funding?• 2 Types of Project – 1. Collection Preservation Projects – 2. Training
  • 5. Collection Preservation Projects• 1. Significance Assessment• 2. Preservation Needs Assessment• 3. Conservation Activities & Collection Management – Conservation and preservation activities – Software – Digitisation
  • 6. 1. Significance Assessment
  • 7. Significance Criteria• Historic• Aesthetic• Scientific or Research• Social or Spiritual• Significance 2.0 - A Guide to Assessing the Significance of Collections (2009) - 2nd revised edition (online version) http://www.environment.gov.au/heritage/publications/significance2-0/• Significance - A Guide to Assessing the Significance of Cultural Heritage Objects and Collections (2001)• http://www.collectionsaustralia.net/sector_info_item/5
  • 8. Tips for answering Section 4 – National Significance• Make sure your answer refers to the collection material you are seeking funding for• Provide as much information about this material as you can• Identify rare or unique items• Detail items about significant Australians• Relate your answer to the significance criteria• Attach supporting documents• Refer to the 2011 Assessment Report on the website
  • 9. 2. Preservation Needs Assessment• Stage 2 of the 3 stage process• Assesses physical condition• Assesses housing and storage facilities• Makes recommendations – basis for further funding applications
  • 10. 3. Conservation Activities & Collection Management• Cairns & District Chinese Ass. – CHG 2008 – Conservation of Metal Objects
  • 11. Rehousing Collections• Archival storage materials• Shelving• Object cases
  • 12. Archival Storage
  • 13. Digitisation & SoftwareDigitisation• Preservation of original materials• Digital copies management plan• OutsourcingSoftware• Cataloguing or collection management• Researched/trialled options
  • 14. Digitisation• Page turning of rare manuscript during digitisation
  • 15. 2.Training• Collection care and handling• Cataloguing• Disaster Preparedness• Collection Management• Assessing significance• Partnerships with other groups
  • 16. Care and Handling Training• Care and handling training workshop
  • 17. What are the assessors looking for?• Evidence of national significance• A clear description of the collection, who owns it and how it is used• A project that is feasible & good value for money with a well supported budget• Projects that will enhance access to collections• Training projects that will reach many people and collections
  • 18. BUDGET (Section 7.5)• Important to get this right – just include in the budget table items relevant to the project for which you are applying for a grant.• Standard fees for SA and PNA - $4,000 (plus travel and accommodation)• Quotes…if not applying for standard fee, for purchasing equipment , treatments or training workshops• Applicant’s contribution – Cash or Inkind?• GST – Registered/Not Registered?
  • 19. Assessment Process• 1. CHG Coordinator – Confirms eligibility• 2. Significance Assessor – National significance• 3. Preservation Assessor – Feasibility – Value for money• 4. Expert Assessment Panel • Comments from both assessors • Overall application
  • 20. What do you get?• Grant of up to $15,000• Intensive Preservation workshop in Canberra (first grant)
  • 21. TIPS TO COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION!• Type your application• Describe your collection, but be concise – dot points and lists are good• Answer all relevant questions• Attach supporting documents e.g. previous assessments, photographs, letters of support• Sign your application and submit it on time
  • 22. Case Studies• Innisfail Friends of the Temple (2009)- Significance Assessment and Preservation Needs Assessment of the Temple and See Poy Collection• Mareeba Heritage Centre - Significance Assessment (2009) and Preservation Needs Assessment (2010)
  • 23. Innisfail Friends of the Temple (2009)
  • 24. Projects• Significance Assessment & Preservation Needs Assessment of the Lit Sing Gung Temple and See Poy Collection• Quotes, images, letters of support• Suzanne Gibson (SA)• Christine Ianna (PNA)
  • 25. Mareeba Heritage Centre 2009 & 2010
  • 26. 2009 Significance Assessment• Tobacco Industry in North Queensland 1928-2004 Collection.• Letters of support, quotes and images of collection items• Tablelands Research & Consultancy Service, Atherton conducted the Assessment• Final Report Comments
  • 27. 2010 Preservation Needs Assessment• Strong Significance Assessment report• Basis for applying for PNA• Caroline O’Rorke (Conservation Art Consultants) conducted the PNA• Final Report comments: ‘improved knowledge..collection content…future activity’
  • 28. Dianne DahlitzCHG Coordinator • 02 6262 1147 • chg@nlagov.au• www.nla.gov.au/chg

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