The Ethnic Heritage Council and University of Washington Libraries with the Greater Kent Historical Society, the 4Culture Foundation, and City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture present a free workshop Preserving the Cultural and Historical Records of Your Ethnic Community, Organizations, and Families
This is another We Are History Keepers Workshop with the following program
MORNING SESSIONS / Presented by University of Washington Archivists and Librarians
- Researching Family and Local History Using Archives and Special Collections
- Managing Family Papers and Photos
- Managing and Preserving Digital Files: how to work with vendors to digitize your family audio and video recordings
LUNCH: Pack your own ethnic lunch and tell us what’s in it that represents your culture.
AFTERNOON SESSIONS – Focus on Kent
- From Writing to Publishing Your Local History. Astrida R. Blukis Onat: Documenting Washington State’s Sauk-Suiattle People; Jason Appelgate: Self-printing photographs and family stories; Leif Christensen, Crossbow Publishing: Printing historical records
- Preserving the Legacy of Kent’s First People
- Mike Evans, First People Elder and Historian; Emilio Miguel Torres, Videographer, Torres Productions, LLC
To register, follow this google document. Registration deadline is on November 5, 2021.
More: Please visit We Are History Keepers site.