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CHA-286631-22

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu, HI 96817-2704)
Melissa Tulig (Project Director: September 2021 to present)
Ho?a Hou Ka Lamaku - Lighting a Path to New Digital Infrastructure for Bishop Museum Cultural Collections

Integration of various databases and digital assets into a central content management system to ensure improved access to and continued sustainability of Indigenous cultural collections at Bishop Museum, Hawai'i.

Ho?a Hou Ka Lamaku - Lighting a Path to New Digital Infrastructure for Bishop Museum Cultural Collections will provide transformative change for the care and sharing of digitized cultural heritage at Bishop Museum centered on the inclusion and attribution of Indigenous knowledge. This project will improve every aspect of our digital framework by investing in information systems and hardware; data standardization, integration, and digital asset management; and online platform development and outreach.

Project fields:
Interdisciplinary Studies, Other

Program:
Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grants

Division:
Challenge Programs

Totals (matching):
$470,179 (approved)
$470,179 (offered)
$116,666 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2022 – 8/31/2026


ZDH-283709-22

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu, HI 96817-2704)
Melissa Tulig (Project Director: May 2021 to present)
Mau ka Leo: Safeguarding Hawai'i's Genealogy of Knowledge and Lived Experience

The digitization of museum collections and museum staff knowledge through supporting 15 existing employees, and the hiring of a Digital Humanities Specialist to manage the project. 

Through Mau Ka Leo, Bishop Museum proposes to capture institutional and cultural knowledge held by staff so that the collective voice(s) of Bishop Museum can endure for future generations. This project supports the salaries of staff members across our cultural and huma collections as well as the hiring of a Digital Humanities Specialist, who will manage the project under the direction of the Museum’s Director of Informatics. Additionally, a Humanities Advisory Committee will be established to define the guiding principles for recording knowledge and to support the development of themes and content throughout the project. In tandem with the migration of Museum collections already digitized to the EMu platform, this knowledge will be documented through EMu’s Narratives module, allowing for multiple ways of knowing to be presented and for connections to be made across departments. This information will be made accessible to the public through CultureConnect, an online experience platform.

Project fields:
Cultural History

Program:
ARP-Organizations (Digital humanities-related)

Division:
Agency-wide Projects

Totals:
$491,368 (approved)
$491,368 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2022 – 12/31/2022


PF-249717-16

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu, HI 96817-2704)
Charmaine Wong (Project Director: December 2015 to June 2019)
Developing a Master Preservation Plan for the the World's Largest Hawaiian and Pacific Archaeology Collections

A planning project to improve storage and environmental conditions for a collection of more than one million archaeological artifacts from throughout the Pacific.

The Anthropology Department at the Bishop Museum will develop a Master Preservation Plan for the Archaeology Collections, which comprise an estimated 1.2 million artifacts and samples. This project will assemble a team of qualified professionals consisting of a conservator, a historic preservation specialist, a mechanical engineer, and collections and facility staff members.  The Master Preservation Plan builds on previous museum-wide conservation surveys and will focus on assessing the preservation needs and issues of the collections, environmental conditions, and collections spaces, and make recommendations to mitigate risks that are sustainable and specific to the varied collections, the museum, and Hawaii.  The plan will produce thoughtful and informed recommendations, implementation plans, and next steps guide both the short- and long-term stewardship and preservation of the collections, including plans for the consolidation of collections and HVAC ductwork.

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Project fields:
Anthropology; Archaeology; Cultural History

Program:
Sustaining Cultural Heritage Collections

Division:
Preservation and Access

Totals:
$49,581 (approved)
$49,581 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 6/30/2018


PH-20372-90

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu, HI 96817-2704)
Elizabeth Tatar (Project Director: April 1990 to January 1995)
Improved Storage for the Anthropology Collections

To support preparation, consolidation, and the moving of the Bishop Museum's systematic anthropology collections into a compact storage system in a newly constructed building.

Project fields:
Anthropology

Program:
National Heritage Preservation Projects

Division:
Preservation and Access

Totals:
$512,005 (approved)
$512,005 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/1990 – 6/30/1994


GM-*2182-81

Bernice P. Bishop Museum (Honolulu, HI 96817-2704)
Roger Rose (Project Director: January 1981 to October 1990)
The History and Peoples of Hawaii

To support implementation of renovation of exhibits in two galleries of the Bishop Museum around two themes: Hawaiian history (1778-1959), and the multiethnic heritage of the island.

Project fields:
Ethnic Studies; History, General

Program:
Humanities Projects in Museums and Historical Organizations

Division:
Public Programs

Totals:
$15,000 (approved)
$10,874 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/1981 – 9/30/1982