Changes Coming at Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking

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Georgia Tech is preparing to begin the repair and restoration of the permanent Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking gallery space. Over the past several years, the museum wing of the building has been settling and separating from the main structure. The stabilization process will be extensive and should take approximately four to five months. During this period, the permanent exhibition will be housed and presented in changing exhibition space, allowing it to remain open to group tours and the public. Construction bids have been reviewed and a contractor has been selected.

In addition to the appointment of Teri Williams as director, the museum has initiated a search to fill the position of education coordinator, formerly held by Fran Rottenberg, who retired recently.

Watch for the museum’s new website, expected to be launched by the end of this semester. Everyone is invited to follow the museum on Facebook to keep up with current information.


  • Workflow Status:Published
  • Created By:Amna Jamshad
  • Created:06/17/2015
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016