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The Monument Research and Preservation Program provides comprehensive assistance to parks and other constituents in the care of public sculpture and monuments. Typical services include assessment of preservation needs, art historical research, courses and workshops for managers and technicians, and production of publications, videos and other instructional materials.

Monument Research and Preservation Program staff carries out condition assessments of monument and sculpture collections, provides assistance to set treatment priorities, plans long-term maintenance programs for monuments, and secures the services of qualified conservators to undertake specialized work. Staff also design educational programs, such as training workshops, to serve the needs of managers of monument collections.


For more information contact:

    Dennis Montagna,



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