ACHF Arts Access
1. Midwest Art Conservation Center's work reaches and benefits an all-encompassing range of people. 2. Midwest Art Conservation Center serves the general public with educational programming that enhances the understanding of artistic techniques and the historical context of works of art. Use independent assessments and curatorial assessments.
1. Every day last year, throughout the state, thousands of Minnesotans participated in large events, small family outings, educational programming, and individual encounters with the art that Midwest Art Conservation Center made accessible for them and for future generations. 2. Knowledgeable professionals volunteered to assess the results of surveys regarding client satisfaction to ensure needs were being met and that programming in new areas of need were being planned. Midwest Art Conservation Center's public programming of tours, workshops, and presentations built public appreciation for and knowledge about artworks, the importance of diverse cultural collections, and the challenges and importance of preserving cultural heritage. Quantifiable assessments of the numbers and locations of art works with condition documentation (written and photo) were maintained for every piece that was evaluated and/or treated.
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