The Amazing Conservator

Have you ever been excited to start a conservation project, but were derailed by last minute exhibition checklists?

Meet Jane, a busy conservator who has an exciting project ahead of her. But when an unexpected office-avalanche comes her way, will her conservation super powers be enough to save the day?

Find out in this issue of The Amazing Conservator!

Learn more about TMS Conservation Studio here.

 


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Meet Jane, a busy conservator who has an exciting project ahead of her. But when an unexpected office-avalanche comes her way, will her conservation powers be enough to save the day? Find out in this issue of The Amazing Conservator!

Page 1

Jane arrives at work, excited to analyze a Picasso painting for her research.

But just as she starts her examination… BOOM!

This exhibition checklist review is TOP PRIORITY!

There’s so much to do! I wish I had known earlier…

Jane dashes to the vault to verify the condition of the first object on the list.

Page 2

Jane searches the shared drive for object treatment notes, but they’re nowhere to be found.

Where are they???

So Jane looks for the hard copies of the treatment notes…

The notes aren’t here either! They could have been misfiled… it’s going to take ages to find these!

The day speeds past, as Jane searches for the materials she needs to review the checklist.

Meanwhile, upstairs in the curator’s meeting…

…the notes

Page 3

The treatment notes! That’s what I’ve been looking for!!

What notes?

When will you be done that checklist from this morning?

Jane, I emailed you for a status update on the check list too…

Me too!

Page 4

Jane takes the notes back, and can finally work on the objects from the exhibition list.

First object down… 10 more to go…

Jane realizes she’s spent the entire morning tracking down what she needed for her surprise exhibition list review, and she still has to get to the stack of paperwork and an inbox full of status update emails.

There’s got to be a better way to manage all of this!

future loading…

Page 5

If only…

I could find everything in one easy location.

The team could access checklist updates and object status reports without me…

I have the status of the checklist right here…

I want my time back! 

Page 6

Lucky for Jane, there’s a better way. Meet Conservation Studio, the conservation documentation system that helps Jane reclaim her time.

She can complete surveys and reports faster, access object information in a snap, and communicate with other departments without stress.

Conservation Studio helps Jane manage her workload, so she can get back to the work she loves.

Contact us today!

And start spending more time doing what you love.

2017-07-06T14:35:09+00:00 By |Conservation|Comments Off on The Amazing Conservator

About the Author:

Cat Bradley
Cat Bradley became part of the Gallery Systems team in 2016, and has a background in art museums and diversity policy for nonprofits. Cat holds an MA from the University of Oregon in Arts Administration for marketing, a grad certificate in Nonprofit Management, and a BA from the University of Central Florida in Art History, specializing in public art and 20th Century Mexican Art. When she’s not writing case studies or analyzing market data, you can find her wandering the art museums and galleries of New York City, squeezing veggies at the Union Square Famers Market, or playing the ukulele at open mic night on the Lower East Side.

 

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