Monday, August 23, 2010

Call for Exhibitors & Save the Date: 5th Annual Archives Bazaar

From LA as Subject Forum...


OCTOBER 23, 2010 10:00 A.M. TO 5:00PM

The LA as Subject Forum’s



Join old colleagues and new friends
at the LA As Subject Forum's 5th Annual Archives Bazaar returning again to USC and now moving into the Doheny Memorial Library Los Angeles Times Reading Room and adjoining Periodicals Reading Room. Presentations, panels, and film screenings will also be given in the Friends of the USC Libraries Lecture Hall and the adjoining Intellectual Commons.

To celebrate and publicize the 5th anniversary of the Archives Bazaar, and the 15th anniversary of the founding of LA As Subject, there will be a prominent Featured Speaker, to speak briefly on the role archives, libraries, and private collectors play in preserving and making accessible the wide variety of materials that document LA's rich historical and cultural heritage.

If your organization is participating be sure to get your registration forms in early this year. We do expect to fill all eighty tables.

Tentative programming

Blogging LA; David Siqueiros and "America Tropical" ; LA Newspapers; LA Takes Flight; Private Passions, Public Resources; Researching LA 101; “If the Hollywood Sign said 'Tom Bradley'" (film); "The Legend of Pancho Barnes" (film)

If you haven't yet attended the Los Angeles As Subject Forum's archives bazaar we heartily invite you to join us. We continue our gathering of artists, film writers, hipsters and students in a treasure trove of Los Angeles history browsing with archivists, curators, and librarians the many collections of Los Angeles. Just a few of our previous exhibitors have included the Autry, Beverly Hills Library, the CSU’s, Chinese Historical Society, Filipino American Library, Getty Center, Huntington Library, Workman and Temple Homestead Museum, Japanese American National Museum, La Senora, LA84, Claremont Colleges, LMU, Mayme Clayton Library, Occidental College, ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, Santa Monica Library, Seaver Center, Shildler Ephemera, Southern California Library for Social Research, St. Vincent's Medical Center, UCLA and USC.

Hope to see you at the Bazaar!

Admission is still FREE!

For more information visit or Neil Bethke 310-338-7478

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