American Conservation Consortium
Nationwide Collections Preservation Services
Marc A. Williams
OBJECTIVE: Provision of state-of-the-art conservation services.
1988 - present President and CEO,
1986 - 1990 Director,
Furniture Conservation Training Program
Conservation Analytical Laboratory (CAL),
Smithsonian Institution (SI), Washington, DC
1984 - 1989 Chief Wooden Objects Conservator,
1978 - 1984 Director,
1977 - 1978 Intern,
M.S., Art Conservation, 1978; Winterthur Museum/University of Delaware
Major in Wooden Objects.
B.A., American Decorative Arts/Chemistry, 1975; University of Delaware.
New Hampshire Technical Institute, spring, 2003 - date: Introduction to Marketing; Web Design and Development.
Executive MBA Program, fall, 1987, University of New Hampshire: Financial Accounting; Human Behavior in Organizations; Quantitative Methods; Integrated Management Seminar.
Graduate School of the University of Maryland, Summer, 1985: Business Planning & Forecasting.
Conservation: A State of the Art,"
"Technology and Conservation of Decorative Surface Systems of Horse-Drawn Vehicles." Painted Wood: History and Conservation. Getty Conservation Institute, 1998.
"Conservation Treatment of Horse-Drawn Vehicles." Chapter in the book Conservation and Restoration of Horse-Drawn Vehicles, The Carriage Museum of America, 1997.
"Collections Preservation Strategy." World-Wide Web, 1997.
"Room-Within-A-Room Storage Improvement." World-Wide Web 1996.
"Low-Tech Environmental Contol." Three-part series in Heritage Communique, summer-fall-winter, 1995-96.
"Furniture Preservation and Care." Heritage Communique, spring, 1995.
"What is a Conservation Assessment?" Heritage Communique, fall, 1994.
"What is Original? - Surface Histories of Horse-Drawn Vehicles." Postprints of the Wooden Artifact Group, American Institute for Conservation Conference, Nashville, TN, June 1994.
Editor of Upholstery Conservation (preprints of the Symposium held at Colonial Williamsburg, VA Feb. 2-4, 1990). East Kingston, NH: American Conservation Consortium, Ltd., 1990.
Keeping It All Together: The
Preservation and Care of Historic Furniture.
Collections Care Funding: IMLS's CAP, CP Programs, Peterborough Historical Society, Peterborough, NH, 2001.
Holistic Preservation: Caring for Collections within Historic Structures, Restoration '99, Washington, DC, 1999; Restoration '98, Boston, 1998.
Wooden Object Care, Collections Care Training Program, Kansas City, 1997, 1998.
Conservation of Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Stony Brook Carriage Care Symposium, 1996.
Preservation and Care of Furniture, Restoration '96 - Baltimore, 1996.
Preservation and Care of Wooden Collections, Canterbury Shaker Village, 1995.
Technology and Conservation of Decorative Surface Systems of Horse-Drawn Vehicles, Painted Wood: History and Conservation Symposium, Colonial Williamsburg, 1994.
What is Original? - Surface Histories of Horse-Drawn Vehicles, American Institute for Conservation Conference, Nashville, TN, 1994.
Wooden Object Preservation, ME Historic Interiors Conference, Portland, ME, 1993.
Disaster Prevention, Response, and Recovery for Wooden Objects, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, 1992.
Funding Conservation for Museums, New England Museum Association, 1992.
Antiquarian and Landmarks Society, Hartford, CT
Fellow, American Institute for Conservation.
National Trust for Historic Preservation.
American Association of Museums.
New England Museum Association.
Society of Winterthur Fellows.
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