Cultural Stewardship Program
What is the CSP?
The AMM Cultural Stewardship Program (CSP) is a program available to all AMM members designed to help museums with preventive conservation. It covers everything from storage and packing to facilities and buildings; CSP is a perfect tool to help you with your conservation issues!
CSP offers a wide range of services such as: artifact assessment, information sessions for your board, emergency preparedness, and one-on-one consultations to address your specific preventive conservation needs.
The AMM also loans environmental monitoring equipment and pest monitoring kits to our members.
Click HERE for a site visit application and/or equipment loans
Phone us at 1-204-947-1782, or toll-free at 1-866-747-9323, or email us.
CSP conservator Jane Dalley is currently taking courses in the Applied Disaster and Emergency Studies program at Brandon University https://www.brandonu.ca/ades/.
Studio Fridays are on hold until she returns to Winnipeg at the end of March, but she is still available to answer inquiries, make site visits in the Westman area and respond to any disasters.
Volunteer from the Royal Winnipeg Rifles Museum trying his hand at box making
Andrea Reichert (Manitoba Crafts Museum & Library and Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame & Museum) brought a letter that needed work