BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20210923T000000Z DTEND:20210923T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong><span style="color: #c21313\;">FREE</strong>\n\nDo you have objects at home that you think belong in a community archive? Have yo u ever wondered about how items end up inside museums or displayed at hist oric sites? Learn how these institutions collect and maintain their histor ic collections\, the challenges this type of work entails\, and how people can help prepare their collections if they are interested in having them considered for intake. Hear from <strong>Rosalyn Tonai</strong> (Executi ve Director\, National Japanese American Historical Society\, Inc)\, <str ong>Kristen Hayashi</strong> (Director of Collections Management and Acce ss &amp\; Curator\, JANM)\,<strong> Kristie Haertel </strong>(Regional A rchaeology &amp\; Museum Program Manager\, National Parks Service)\, and  <strong>Brandon Daake</strong> (Registrar\, Heart Mountain Wyoming Foun dation) in a virtual conversation moderated by <strong>Sojin Kim </stron g>(Curator\, Smithsonian Folklife Institute). \n\n<em>This program is co- sponsored by the Japanese American National Museum\, the Japanese American Confinement Sites Consortium\, and the Smithsonian Folklife Institute and presented as part of the </em><a href=""> <em>Tadaima 2021 Virtual Pilgrimage</em></a><em>.</em>\n\n<strong>RSVP HER E:<em> </em></strong><em> ?tab=2&amp\;txobjid=94c8b3a3-4b56-465e-b06d-6b589ef3900d</em>\n SUMMARY:Collecting and Preserving a Community’s History URL:/en/events/2021/09/23/collecting-and-preserving-a-communitys-history/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR