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Subject: NATCC board member sought

NATCC board member sought

From: Deborah Lee Trupin <deborah.trupin>
Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Call for North American Textile Conservation Conference (NATCC)
Board Member

NATCC seeks a volunteer to join its 12-member Board of Directors.
NATCC is a not-for-profit (501(c)3) organization that was formed to
improve the quality of textile conservation by sponsoring bi-annual
conferences and publishing the papers from those conferences.

As specified in the NATCC Bylaws, new Directors are elected by a
majority of the Board to serve a 4-year term.  Board members, who
must be practicing textile conservators, curators, or scientists,
are responsible for the organization of the bi-annual conferences.
The NATCC Board meets twice per year, once during the AIC Annual
Meeting and once at another time and place selected by the Board. In
the years when a conference is held, the second meeting generally
occurs on the day after the conference. NATCC does not reimburse
Board members for travel expenses associated with attending Board

The next NATCC meeting will be in Mexico City, Mexico, in November,
2005.  Among the qualifications that the NATCC Board is seeking in
its twelfth member are - Spanish proficiency / fluency, South /
Central American affiliations, institutional support, and previous
Board experience.

Those interested in serving on this congenial Board should write a
letter describing their experience, qualification and interest to:

    Joy Gardiner
    NATCC Secretary
    jgardiner [at] winterthur__org

Letters are due by March 15, 2004.  The Board will announce its
decision by April 15, 2004.

For more information, feel free to contact any current Board member:
Julia Burke, j-burke [at] nga__gov; Emilia Cortes,
emilia.cortes [at] metmuseum__org; Shannon Elliott;
shannon.elliott [at] utoronto__ca; Joy Gardiner, jgardiner [at] winterthur__org;
Judy Gomez Gonzalez; judy_gomez [at] hotmail__com; Claudia Iannuccilli,
cpian [at] mfa__org; Lorena Roman, jbgclove [at] prodigy__net__mx; Sara Reiter,
sreiter [at] philamuseum__org; Gwen Spicer, gwenart [at] capital__net; Suzanne
Thomassen-Krauss, thomassenkrauss [at] si__edu; Deborah Lee Trupin,
Deborah.Trupin [at] oprhp__state__ny__us

Deborah Lee Trupin
Textile Conservator
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation
Bureau of Historic Sites
Peebles Island
PO Box 219
Waterford, NY  12188   USA
518-237-8643 ext: 3241

                  Conservation DistList Instance 17:55
                Distributed: Thursday, February 19, 2004
                       Message Id: cdl-17-55-016
Received on Wednesday, 18 February, 2004

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