We are excited to introduce our AFCP Nomadic Textile Conservation Exchange participants, specialists of nomadic textile preservation who will take on a month-long exchange in the U.S. in February, visiting […]
Watch this two-part video to learn more about the 2020 Field School. The video presentation recording provides an overview of the 2020 Field School, introduces the teaching staff for each
The American Center for Mongolian Studies (ACMS) lost one of its founders and greatest supporters on November 3, 2019, when Mary Ellen Lane, the Executive Director Emeriti of the Council
In 2019 ACMS Mongolia Field School was a great success and we’re busy preparing for the 2020 Field School. Check out this infographic below to learn more about our 2019
The ACMS is pleased to introduce the intern selected for the 2019/2020 Rubin Museum of Art internship program. Ms. Myagmartseren Purev, Assistant Curator of Vanjil Institute, has been selected to
To commemorate the ACMS Mongolia Field School 2019, we organized a photo and video competition among our participants. After evaluating many great submissions taken on site or while conducting field
Author: Kristen Pearson | Mongolia is one of the few places in the world with environmental conditions favorable to the long-term preservation of organic materials, such as textile, leather, and wood.