Drafting of the first five-year strategic plan for the Ukrainian Museum-Archives
The Ukrainian Museum-Archives drafted its first five-year plan in 2004, outlining a vision for the future that included plans for the construction of an archival building, the hiring of a permanent full-time curator, and greater engagement with other museums and archives worldwide. With this vision, the UMA was able to secure grants from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the State of Ohio Cultural facilities Commission and others to build an archival building to house the collection in an environmentally secure facility. Senator George Voinovich also chose the new UMA Archival Building as the venue to endorse the Cuyahoga Arts and Culture ballot measure, which provides grants to cultural institutions throughout the city of Cleveland and been a source of income for the UMA from the very start. Bringing on a full-time curator was also very important for the institution, taking its organization and cataloguing to the next level.
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- Kulick, Orysia Maria