The (im)Perfect Storm: a Catastrophic Flood that Didn’t End in Catastrophe

Registration is open for the Annual HERA Atlanta Education Program

Wednesday, May 8, 2019
2-4 PM
Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University

The Carlos Museum suffered a catastrophic flood in one of its artwork storage areas in June
2018, forcing a major evacuation of the collection and a subsequent mold remediation and
renovation project that was completed while the museum maintained its operations and busy
exhibitions and programming schedule. A panel of curators, conservators, registrars, and
preparators at the Carlos will share their experiences and lessons learned in an informal “Ask Me
Anything” style discussion.
This program is free. Please RSVP by Wednesday May 1 to Todd Lamkin at
tlamkin@emory.edu. Please use the subject line “HERA 2019”.
The program will be held in Ackerman Hall on the third floor of the Michael C. Carlos Museum.
Directions and parking:

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