Preserving Memories: Creating a Personal Archive

Join us!
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.

Registration link:

  • 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

Additional Information
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.

This entry was posted in Announcements, Featured Resource, From the Archives. Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *