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Ruth, Ellis, Sandy, and Me: Personal History Meets Public Memory

This post is personal. It is about my grandmother, a school trip I took when I was twelve, and a statewide tragedy. It is also about who we are as people, products of our genetics and our environment. Ruth Bruss

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December 15: FEMA ASSISTANCE FOR THE CULTURAL COMMUNITY

From H-NJ SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, December 15 1:00 – 4:00 pm FEMA ASSISTANCE FOR THE CULTURAL COMMUNITY: A Forum for Private Nonprofits and Local, Regional, and State Governments Wilson Hall Auditorium Monmouth University West Long Branch, NJ If your

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NJAM Initiates Volunteer Network to Fill Post-Sandy Needs

From the New Jersey Association of Museums:”Many of us are still assessing the damage of Hurricane Sandy. NJAM is initiating a volunteer network to assist museums in need. If you’d like to be included on a volunteer list to help museums

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Consortium of Art Conservation Experts Offer Free Public Presentation on Recovering Wet Art and Cultural Materials

From H-New Jersey: CONSORTIUM OF ART CONSERVATION EXPERTS TO OFFER ADVICE Recovery of Wet Art and Historic Collection Information A free public presentation on recovering wet art and cultural materials will be held Sunday, November 4 from noon until 2

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Link List: Disaster Response Information & Assistance for Collections Affected by Hurricane Sandy

The list below gathers links to information on disaster response and assistance for collections affected by Hurricane Sandy.  Some links are Sandy specific, while others offer general advice on recovery actions or funding assistance.  Please contact us with any additional

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Helping Hands Across the Region

From the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums: Endure Together, Stronger Together Our hearts go out to our friends, family and communities that have suffered at the hands of the recent storm “Sandy”.  In times such as these, there is some comfort

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