Paid digital archive intern

Artist seeks paid digital archive Intern, deadline Nov 30 Seeking PAID DIGITAL ARCHIVE INTERN to Begin January 2015 Whitney Biennial artist seeks paid digital archive Intern to assist with reorganizing and managing five (5) 2 TB external drives containing video, audio, image and text files. The reorganization of 20 years of digital data is intended […]

Project Archivist — Library, Baltimore Museum of Art

The Baltimore Museum of Art is seeking an experienced Project Archivist for the successful execution of an archives processing and digital preservation policy project. This is a grant-funded, 12-month, full-time, temporary position in the Library and Archives Department of The Baltimore Museum of Art. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Following national standards and […]

Volunteer (?) Opportunity: American Theatre Archive Project, New York City (also across America and Canada)

The following was sent out on the SLA Arts / Design / etc listserv re: the NYC team, but I had never heard of the American Theatre Archive Project before. If you visit their website you can see all their initiatives in various cities, and probably join in, if you’re so inclined.   American Theatre […]

Call for Papers: Archivaria's 40th Anniversary issue (Association of Canadian Archivists)

Call for Papers for a 40th Anniversary Issue of Archivaria (Fall 2015) Archivaria Anniversary Issue: To Understand Ourselves In 1953, the Archives Section of the Canadian Historical Association was born. A decade later, Hugh Dempsey, the first editor of The Canadian Archivist, argued that “the Archives Section feels it would perform a useful service by […]

Call for Papers: Archivaria’s 40th Anniversary issue (Association of Canadian Archivists)

Call for Papers for a 40th Anniversary Issue of Archivaria (Fall 2015) Archivaria Anniversary Issue: To Understand Ourselves In 1953, the Archives Section of the Canadian Historical Association was born. A decade later, Hugh Dempsey, the first editor of The Canadian Archivist, argued that “the Archives Section feels it would perform a useful service by […]

Call for Proposals: the Association of Canadian Archivists 2015 Conference

The theme for the next ACA conference is “Perspectives on the Archival Horizon” — “We can change how we view the world, but we must start from where we now stand; and we must bear in mind our position will influence how others perceive us.” I’d be more than happy to collaborate on a session […]

Job Posting: Archivist, National Gallery of Art, Washington

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/377089100 This Archivist position is permanent / full-time, with a salary range of $75,621 to $98,305. It requires five years of progressively responsible experience, so it’s at the max experience of the ArLiSNAP mandate, but I would (personally) encourage art-oriented archivists to apply anyways. I’d apply myself if it weren’t so adamant about US citizens […]

On Freelancing and Contracting: some conference cogitations

I spent the end of June in beautiful, temperate, layers-friendly Victoria, BC, attending the Association of Canadian Archivists’ annual conference. It was amazing, scary, inspiring, and weirdly comfortable — no business cards were exchanged, but plenty of people wanted to gush about ideas. I presented on the student panel between two very intelligent and articulate […]