Don’t Let It Be: Fundraising for Art Conservation Here, There and Everywhere

2 Dec

Please join us for our next event: “Don’t Let It Be: Art Conservation Here, There and Everywhere” on Tuesday, 2 December from 6:00-7:30 PM at the Van Pelt – Dietrich Library Center on the University of Pennsylvania campus. This event is FREE for PACA members, $8 for non-members, and $5 for student non-members.

Don’t Let It Be: Fundraising for Art Conservation Here, There and Everywhere” will offer timely tips on conservation project fundraising, from traditional grant writing to high-tech crowdfunding campaigns. Advice on securing support for independent research and professional development opportunities will also be shared.  Brief presentations by Debra Hess Norris, Chair of the Art Conservation Department and Professor of Photograph Conservation at the University of Delaware, and Lee Price, Director of Development at the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts, will be followed by opportunities for questions and discussion.


6:00- 6:30 PM – Reception

6:30-7:30 PM –  Presentations / Q & A

This event will take place in the newly renovated CLASS OF 78 PAVILION on the SIXTH FLOOR of the VAN PELT – DIETRICH LIBRARY CENTER .

The main entrance to the library is located at the south side of the building, facing Blanche Levy Park. For a campus map please visit this link: Please bring a valid photo ID with you as it will be required for check-in upon your arrival.

Parking is available at the Chestnut 34 Garage (3335 Chestnut St) or Penn Museum Garage (South St. & Convention Ave).  For a list of additional parking garages and their rates, please visit

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