The Georgia Archives Month (GAM) “Spotlight on Archives” Grant is meant to help archives, museums, or heritage institutions in Georgia promote public awareness of their archives and manuscript collections. This grant will help selected organizations fund their events promoting the theme of “Snapshots from the South” during Georgia Archives Month in October.
The GAM Committee is pleased to announce that this year’s “Spotlight on Archives” grant will have two award levels – $500 and $250! The grant application can be found at http://soga.org/page-1825398
. Please send any questions and completed applications to email@example.com
. The deadline for receiving grant applications has been extended to June 10!
It’s time to begin the celebration of Georgia Archives Month with a proclamation from the Governor!
The Georgia Archives Month Committee is going to have a photo op on Thursday, September 1st with Governor Nathan Deal. We will be celebrating his proclamation of October as Georgia Archives Month. Please come and join us at 10:30 a.m. at the Governor’s Office (Room 203) at the State Capitol. This is a great opportunity to publicize our cultural institutions statewide.
*Too see more photographs of last year’s GAM presentation by Governor Sonny Perdue, like the photograph included above, please visit http://tinyurl.com/3t2zjhb
October is Georgia Archives Month! Celebrate with events around the state, available on the GAM calendar at http://www.soga.org/archivesmonth
The Georgia Archives is pleased to announce that Documentary Director Ben Loeterman will join them for a Special Edition of Lunch & Learn at the Georgia Archives on Thursday, October 7, from noon to 1 p.m. Please join them to learn about how Mr. Loeterman transforms archival records into “living” documents through film.
His most recent work, The People v. Leo Frank is a 90-minute feature documentary about one of the most complex and compelling criminal cases in American history: the 1913 murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan in an Atlanta pencil factory, and the trial and lynching of her accused killer, Leo Frank. Scholar interviews and major dramatic recreations for The People v. Leo Frank were shot on location in Atlanta.
Lunch & Learn is a free lecture series sponsored by the Friends of Georgia Archives and History. Bring your lunch to enjoy during the lecture. For more information, please call 678-364-3730.
5800 Jonesboro Road
Morrow, GA 30260
On September 9, 2010, Governor Sonny Perdue issued a proclamation designating October as the 11th Georgia Archives Month. Several institutions across the state are hosting events encouraging people to “Travel Back in Time,” the theme for this year’s celebration.
It is not too late to plan something special for your institution and call attention to the work that you do. If you need advice or have any questions, contact Bridget Lerette, firstname.lastname@example.org, (404-978-2772) or Elaine DeNiro, email@example.com, (770-594-6405).
In celebration of Georgia Archives Month, the Masters of Archival Science program at Clayton State University will be hosting speaker Jason R. Baron, Esq., on Monday, October 18, 2010 at 6:30.
Mr. Baron will speak on the topic “What Do I Do With a Billion Emails?: The Future of Information Retrieval in E-Discovery.”
For more information on the event, contact Richard Pearce-Moses at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on Mr. Baron, visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonrbaron
To learn more about Georgia Archives Month, visit http://soga.org/archivesmonth
Flyers for the 2010 Georgia Archives Month are available for download at the Society of Georgia Archivists website: Download here.
Don’t forget to print your flyer and post it around your workplace. It’s an easy way for you to contribute to the promotion of this Georgia Archives event.
If you are planning an event for GAM, be sure to visit the website or contact co-chairs Bridget Lerette or Elaine DeNiro.
In October, Georgia will celebrate its 11th archives celebration — Georgia Archives Month. This year’s theme is “Travel Back in Time.” There’s plenty of time to plan special events such as exhibits, tours, lectures, workshops, collection viewings, etc. For information and ideas, visit our web site at http://soga.org/archivesmonth. It includes lists of events held in past years as well as an event guide to assist with planning.
The purpose of Archives Month is to celebrate the value of Georgia’s historical records, publicize the many ways historical records enrich our lives, and recognize those who maintain our communities’ historical records. This is the ideal time to call attention to your organization or local government, and its work in preserving Georgia’s documentary heritage.
We encourage you to think of ways in which your organization or local government can celebrate Archives Month in your community. If you are planning an event, please email email@example.com and we will add your event to the upcoming 2010 Archives Month web site.