Heritage resource management is more than opening an old house to the public, or putting photographs in a filing cabinet. Unless a site, its buildings, and its documents and artefacts are safely maintained, they will deteriorate. Their preservation must be actively planned.
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The stage curtain is the main curtain before the stage of the auditorium, which was installed when the theatre opened in 1911. The curtain is constructed of four panels of linen, each 24 feet long, sewn together. On the auditorium side, the curtain is decorated with a painted Venetian scene.
The Santa’s Village Vignettes depicting scenes from popular nursery rhymes and stories originally adorned the Winnipeg Eaton’s store during the holiday season. Since the Eaton’s closure, they have been on permanent display at the Manitoba Children’s Museum.
Exhibits were opened, dismantled, cleaned and repaired. Plexiglas windows were installed on the vignette cases. HVAC and lighting were upgraded by contractors. The result is an renewal of a perennial holiday favourite.
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