Awards and Recognitions

List of Awards and Recognitions

Scott M. Haskins

Art Conservator

Author, Speaker, Presenter, Teacher

2021 State of California Assembly and Senate Certification of Excellence for Preservation and Restoration of Artistic and Historic Treasure

2020 International Book Award for Excellence, Disaster Preparedness Publication, 10-10-10Publishing, Toronto, Canada

2020 Connecting The World Award by The Rotary Club of Newport Beach, CA for numerous speaking presentations on collection care.

2020 Preservation Houston  Award from Houston, TX  for art conservation services for Hurricane Harvey Recovery of National Treasure civil rights public art mural by John Biggers. Click here.

2019 Excellence in Broadcasting, Public Broadcasting Services (PBS) Program “Uncovered in the Archives” Click Here

2015   Heritage Award for State of Idaho, Minerva Teichert Murals, Montepelier, ID  Click here

2014 Class III Asbestos WallBoard Compound Handling Control, PBS Environmental (Certification of Completed Training)

2009 Expert Author Certificate by Ezine Articles for publishing of quality educational articles

2008 Excellence in Teaching Collection Maintenance – Disaster Preparation, AMCDE Mexico (Sub-Group of the USA Small Business Administration)

2005 Preservation Achievement Award by Preservation Dallas for the Mural Conservation Work at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas. Click here

2003 Historic Preservation Award, National Trust For Historic Preservation (Federal Government USA’s highest ward in this field) for Mural Conservation at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas. Click here

2001 Governor’s Award for Historic Preservation by the Texas Historical Commission for Mural Conservation at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas Click here

2001 Preservation Honor Award from Preservation Texas for Mural Conservation at Fair Park, Dallas, Texas. Click here

1989 Certificate of Teaching Qualifications, “Preservation of Treasured Family Documents”. Santa Barbara City College.

1979, 1981 Certificate for Microscopy for Art Conservators, McCrone Institute, Chicago, IL

1978: UNESCO delegate from the United States (vetted) to attend an international 3 month workshop in Venice, Italy for architectural conservation (murals).  Award based on language skills, ability to contribute and recommendations from colleagues. Each UNESCO country chose 2 delegates to attend.