A blonde woman in a blue cardigan cleans a Navajo basket in a collections care workshop.

In-Person Workshops

The following series of workshops will be held throughout the calendar year of 2022 and the content repeated again in 2023. 2022's workshop series will take place in the Wasatch Back and Uinta Basin. 2023's series will take place in southeastern Utah. These workshops will align with the themes of the webinars and provide hands-on training and in-person networking opportunities.

Workshops are in-person, full-day events, and occur in two parts. Registration is $10 to secure your place and to cover materials. Please note when registering that you will be expected to attend both Part A and Part B (which will happen a month apart) - your registration fee covers both parts of the workshop.

We are offering scholarships of $150 each to offset costs associated with travel to and from each workshop. If you are interested in applying for a workshop scholarship, please fill out this Google Form.

Access and Artifact Handling: Workshop Materials Available Here

Part A: January 6, 2022
Summit County Historical Museum, Coalville

Part B: February 3, 2022
Alf Engen Ski Museum, Park City

Preservation in Storage and Display: Workshop Materials Available Here 

Part A: April 7, 2022
Uintah County Heritage Museum, Vernal

Part B: May 5, 2022
Duchesne County Library & History Center, Duchesne

Environment and Building Systems: Register here

Part A: July 7, 2022
Utah Wing Commemorative Air Force, Heber

Part B: August 4, 2022
Park City Museum Collections Center, Park City

Risk Management, Emergency Preparedness & Disaster Response: Register here

Part A: October 6, 2022
Field House Museum, Vernal

Part B: November 3, 2022
Wasatch County Library, Heber


Emily Johnson 
Field Services Manager

Marie Desrochers 
Preservation Outreach Coordinator