Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
- Deadline: Ongoing
Documenting Filipino American Resources in the Chinatown-International District, Seattle, Washington.
Field Study Research Report.
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience and the Filipino American National Historical Society (FANHS) are embarking on a project to deepen understanding of the Filipino American presence in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID) by furthering previous survey projects through an in-depth research report focusing on 5 heritage sites. Findings from this research report will be used to: expand and enrich neighborhood tours conducted by the Wing Luke Museum; be shared in a public event to raise further awareness of Filipino Americans in the neighborhood; and serve as case study properties for potential future research and preservation activities.The preservation consultant will identify 5 sites, focusing on sites with a balance of tangible and intangible resources, variation in different periods of significance, and diversity in type of establishment. The preservation consultant will conduct further field study of each of the 5 sites and compile findings in a research report. The report would include preservation recommendations for each of the sites.
SCOPE OF WORK
This project includes:
• Coordinating with project partners to select 5 sites
• Conducting research on the 5 sites
• Finalizing the written final report
• Participating in a public event to share out findings
This Call is open to Preservation Consultants residing in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.
• Cover letter (no more than 2 pages) that addresses all the selection criteria and why this project is important to you
• 3 references including email and phone contact information
• 1 sample of your preservation work
Please indicate “Filipino American Resources in the Chinatown-International District” on the email subject line.
Email to Cassie Chinn, at email@example.com.
open until filled
More Information: www.wingluke.org