4 classes, Wednesdays, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29, 4-4:50 p.m.
Learn how to plan and create a family archives project. Stay-at-home directives have given many of us the opportunity to think about our family history and the need to preserve old photographs, documents, ephemera, and other keepsakes. This four-part series will provide you with practical advice for creating your own family archive, as well as offer suggestions for inspiring projects that utilize these precious artifacts.
- Session 1, July 8: Learning the basics of archival practices
- Session 2, July 15: Becoming an at-home-archivist
- Session 3, July 22: Diving into format-specific preservation
- Session 4, July 29: Sharing your archives with others
Class fee: $70, plus $10 registration
Participants will receive a mini toolkit of archival supplies and samples from top-of-the-line archival suppliers.
Instructor: Adriana Flores
The class will be taught in a virtual online format. Internet access is needed for this workshop. You will be contacted by the instructor before the first class date regarding details.