Please join us to discuss about the City of Winnipeg Archives on Thursday, March 28th from 7 to 9pm at 200 Arlington Street. Our panelists include: Dr. Tom Nesmith, Michel Lagacé, Sabrina Jake and more. The event is sponsored by the Association For Manitoba Archives with the University of Winnipeg History Department, University of Manitoba History Department, University of Manitoba Institute for Humanities, and University of Manitoba Faculty of Arts. For more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop will lead participants toward an understanding of basic archival principles, including appraisal, accessioning, description, preservation (including digital), and access.
These aspects of archival work will be explained in relation to the people and communities connected to the records, and the roles they have in relation to the archival materials. This includes the archival staff, but also the users, donors, sponsors and funders.
Sarah Story is an independent archivist and an oral historian who provides memory preservation support to families, small organizations and community groups. Sarah is a board member of the Association for Manitoba Archives. She has an interest in archival decolonization.
Sarah Ramsden has worked as an Archivist at the City of Winnipeg Archives since 2013. She is a graduate of the University of Manitoba Archival Studies MA programme and studied history at Brandon University and Queen's University. Her current research interests include information loss in municipal records and the history of parades.
Friday, 5 April 2019
Additional registrant(s) from same organization: $75
Cost Includes: lunch, health breaks, and any course materials