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The Archivists Round Table is pleased to announce an archives and exhibitions tour and reception at design gallery R & Company. Celebrating 20 years in business, R & Company is defined by their combined goals of promoting a closer study, appreciation, and preservation of 20th and 21st century design.
Join ART on October 2nd to learn about the
R & Company Archives and Library and tour exhibitions on view, including a historical presentation of Brazilian mid century design firm Forma, an immersive installation of biomorphic sculptural works by Rogan Gregory, and an exhibition of German toy designer Renate Müller.
Details and registration:
Design History in Contemporary Context:
The R & Company Archives
We are very pleased to announce the newest members of the A.R.T. Board:
Vice President/President-Elect/Past President: Deidre Dinnigan
Secretary: Jennifer Neal
Communications Director: Philip Papas
Outreach Director: Sarah Bellet
Membership Director: Molly (Jacqueline) Seegers
Publications Director: Ostap Kin
Please join us in congratulating all of the nominees and the winners.
Posted by Leah Constantine
Since 1979, the Archivists Round Table has supported the efforts of professionals and institutions to promote and preserve archives and records management in the New York Metropolitan area. Its archives are a document to that history and consist of a growing repository of correspondence, professional development, events, workshops, advocacy, and overall history of New York archives and individuals.
Located in the archives at the New York Philharmonic, my exploration of ART’s archives began by creating an inventory of its materials starting with box 1, folder 1. As my time with the materials grew, so did my knowledge of its dynamic history and the many people that have contributed to its mission. ART’s archives are a testament to New York and its history, as well as the institutions that have preserved its communities and cultures.