NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program

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NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program

Greater Hudson Heritage Network is pleased to announce it has been awarded 5 years of funding from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) for the continuation of the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program! GHHN has managed the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program since 2000 and has regranted approximately $2.3 million on behalf of NYSCA to eligible organizations around New York State. Additionally, we are delighted to share the amount of money available to regrant in 2018 has increased to approximately $106,675.

Union College Permanent Collection, Théodore Olivier Mathematical Model (20), Intersection of Two Cylinders of Equal Diameter. Before Treatment.

WHAT WE FUND: Support of up to $7500 is available for conservation treatment of paintings, works on paper, textiles, furniture, frames, sculptures, historical, ethnographic, and decorative objects owned by eligible organizations. Funding is also available for treatment costs for supports, frames, stands and mounts that are integral to the treatment of the object.

WHAT WE DO NOT FUND: Grant will not support treatment of archival collections. Grant will not support staff salaries. Funds are not available for preventative care, re-housing or re-formatting of objects, purchases of storage furniture, or upgrading environmental systems.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 2018, 11:59 PM

IMPORTANT REMINDER! Our application process is PAPERLESS.

You will apply using an online portal located on our website – the portal opens on Thursday, March 1, 2018 and will remain open until 11:59 PM on Friday, June 1, 2018. You may log in and work on your application at any point during this time period.

To access the online portal, and for more information on the application process, grant guidelines, and listings of past grantees please visit our website.

The NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program is made possible with funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.  

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