2020 Programs



Princeton University Archives Research and Collaborative History Program (ARCH)

July 2020 – August 2020

Princeton University partnered with the Alliance of HBCU Museums and Galleries to host the 2020 Archives Research and Collaborative History Program (ARCH). Conducted by Princeton University Library and Special Collections, students learned about the stewardship of institutional archive research, digital archiving, archiving processing, and critical archives.

Funded by Princeton University


Distance Learning Introduction to Practical Conservation (DIP-C)

June 2020 – July 2020

The Distance Learning Introduction to Practical Conservation Program (DIP-C) is a two-week virtual learning intensive provided by faculty from the University of Delaware’s Winterthur Art Conservation Program.

Funded by the Samuel H. Kress Foundation


UNCF/Mellon Teaching and Learning Institute

In December 2020, Tuskegee University’s Legacy Museum collaborated with Yale University Conservation staff to host the 2020 UNCF/Mellon Teaching and Learning Institute. This year’s theme is; Black Lives Matter through the Lens of Technical Art History. Students learned the basis of preservation principles, technical art history, and safeguarding objects against deterioration. Students also virtually examined the art and artifacts of the current Black Lives Matter Movement.

Funded by UNCF/Mellon Programs (The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation)



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