Contact: Ann Frisina (Principal)
Year Established: 2008
Specialties: Museum Storage Vendors, Museum Consultants, Conservators, Objects, Archaeology, Furniture
Training/Experience: • Conservation Training: 1995-1998 Fashion Institute of Technology, Museum Studies, New York, New York. MA in Textile Conservation. • A sample of multiple postgraduate courses includes; Adhesives for Textile and Leather Conservation, Aqueous Cleaning Methods, Attingham, U.K. Summer School. • M.A. in 1998, Fashion Institute of Technology, Museum Studies, New York, New York. MA in Textile Conservation. • Grants from local and national institutions have been used to complete both large and small projects. • A full CV is available upon request.
Notes: Heartland Textile Preservation Services offers public institutions the opportunity to care and conserve their collection. Textile surveys, treatments, exhibit mounts, and long-term preservation planning is available for costumes, quilts, samplers, flags, Native American regalia, uniforms, upholstery, and soft historic house furnishings. Identifying environment and textile storage needs are often the first step in creating a long-range plan. Initial phone consultations reviewing possible projects and textile conservation needs are always free.