Make fire cider with Nyambi Naturals. This ancestral recipe uses ingredients right from your pantry and garden. Continue reading
MARAC: Sites of Memory – Multi-day, 2021
Those who work in, work with, or love archives are invited to join MARAC (Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference) this fall in Gettysburg, PA, on October 7-9, 2021. Continue reading
Make Your Own WPA Poster with Posters for The People – October 13, 2021
Drop in between 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. for a free hands-on screen printing workshop. All ages welcome and no experience required. Continue reading
Make Your Own WPA Poster with Posters for The People – October 14, 2021
Drop in between 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. for a free hands-on screen printing workshop. All ages welcome and no experience required. Continue reading
Printmaking with the Dox Thrash House – October 21, 2021
Learn more about the history and future of the Dox Thrash House and join them for a fun printmaking activity. Continue reading
Identifying Literary Manuscripts – October 12, 2019
Explore original special collections and learn to identify states of literary manuscripts in the publishing process, highlighting formats that predate the use of computers in writing and publishing. Continue reading
Program: Uncovering Family Stories in Archival Sources – October 21, 2018
Mennonite Heritage Center archivist Forrest Moyer will share tips on how and where to look for family stories in papers that can be found online and at historical society archives. Continue reading
28th International Sculpture Conference – October 25, 2018 – October 28, 2018
The International Sculpture Center (ISC) will hold the 28th International Sculpture Conference: Defining Moments in the Face of Change in Philadelphia, PA from October 25-28, 2018. This four-day conference will bring together a diverse audience of artists, educators, arts administrators, museum directors, collectors, patrons, students, and sculpture enthusiasts. Continue reading
Because Your History Matters: LGBTQ Community Digitizing Day – October 27, 2018
All welcome, with a focus on women, people of color, and trans folk! Continue reading
Intriguing Sources: A German Murderer and An American General – October 26, 2017
What Do A German Assassin and Robert E. Lee have in common? Continue reading
Fresh Air Archives Event – October 6, 2016
Join us for a Wikipedia event and a tour and talk on the Archives.
DIY Archives Workshop – October 05, 2015
Monday, October 5, 6 pm to 8 pm
William Way Community Center
1315 Spruce St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
For more information or to RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A fun, hands on workshop on how to assess, arrange, restore and archive your personal memorabilia, photos and objects.
Your story is important! This workshop, co-sponsored by the William Way Community Center, the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and the Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts is open to anyone.You can bring in samples of the kinds of things that document your own life, your family and your community. We’ll give you tips on how to store that memorabilia, how to maintain it, repair it and handle it. We’ll even point you toward local libraries and archives that might be interested in accepting your treasures when you’re ready to give them up, or just can’t move them one more time.
Personal Digital Archiving Day at Bryn Mawr College, October 21, 2015
Bryn Mawr College
Seminar Room 205, Canaday Library, Bryn Mawr College
Is Instagram the new scrapbook? Increasingly our possessions and our communications are no longer physical material, they’re digital and they are dependent on technology to make them accessible. As new technology emerges and current technology becomes obsolete, we need to actively manage our digital possessions to help protect them and keep them available for years to come. Personal digital archiving means taking steps (small or big) to ensure your family memories, personal and professional papers are safe from disaster, human error, or everyday digital wear and tear.
LITS and SGA’s Personal Digital Archiving Day workshop will focus on best practices for managing personal digital archives as well as issues and challenges surrounding digital archiving, culminating in a hands-on mystery game.
Personal Digital Archiving Workshop at Swarthmore – October 21, 2015
1:30-2:30 pm on October 21, 2015
McCabe Library, Computer Classroom
500 College Ave., Swarthmore, PA 19081
No registration required
What happens to your email when you graduate or retire from Swarthmore College? Will you be able to open today’s photos in five years? As new technology emerges and current technology becomes obsolete, we need to actively manage our digital possessions to keep them available for years to come. Don’t worry – friendly campus archivists, librarians, and ITS staff are here to help!
Personal digital archiving means taking steps (small or big) to ensure your family memories, personal and professional papers are safe from disaster, human error, or everyday digital wear and tear. This workshop will introduce key issues and best practices for preserving your digital possessions.
Sponsored by: Friends Historical Library, Information Technology Services, and Digital Initiatives & Scholarship.
Personal Digital Archiving Workshop at Haverford College, October 26, 2015
October 26th 4:30-6:00
Haverford College, Magill Library Phillips Wing
370 Lancaster Avenue Haverford, PA 19041
Our personal and professional records are now primarily digital, and our lives are geared toward constant sharing of these works from our own scholarly output to family photos. The complexity of these growing collections in every sphere of our lives cannot be overstated. The Quaker and Special Collection’s Personal Digital Archiving Day Workshop welcomes anyone that is interested in ensuring long-term access to these personal collections and archives. The workshop will share best practices for creating, managing, and preserving your personal digital records, discuss issues affecting personal digital archiving practices such as copyright, privacy, and security as well as provide some hands-on activities.
The workshop will take place in the Phillips Wing in Magill Library