The Spring Sound Archivist arrives with new articles on Professionalization, Puritanism, and Privilege. How do we, as Archivists, want our profession to develop and to be recognized? How do we interpret and present the materials in our collections to reveal both prominent and nuanced patterns of our cultural past, and inspire a more inclusive future? Read on! Sound Archivist, Spring 2016
The City of Seattle is asking for applications for the position of Reference Archivist (Strategic Advisor – Legislative). For full details and application instructions, please click here. The application deadline is October 25th.
Seattle Area Archivists will be holding its Fall Meeting on October 28th, from 2:00-4:00 PM. Our host is Rachel Price, Director of Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound (MIPoPS). MIPoPS is a non-profit 501-(c)(3) corporation formed to help preserve our cultural heritage by assisting archives, libraries, and other organizations with the conversion of analog video recordings to digital formats according to archival best practices. We will be meeting in the Conference Room of the Seattle Municipal Archives, 600 4th Avenue, 3rd floor.
After a brief SeaAA business meeting, Rachel will be talking about her organization and leading us on a tour. Due to space considerations, attendance is limited to 15 people. Please RSVP by Thursday, October 27th, to email@example.com
A local private archives is seeking a current graduate student / recent graduate in History, Archives, or Library Science for a paid internship. For full details and application instructions, please see the pdf archives-intern-job-description-private-repository-bellevue.
Seattle Area Archivists would like to congratulate Anne Frantilla on her new position as City Archivist for the City of Seattle. We wish her great success!