Date and location: University of North Carolina at Greensboro, March 28-30, 2012
Look at Conference Presentation slides provided by the presenters and information on the Poster Sessions at:
I. Pre-Conference Workshops - Wednesday, March 28, 2012
(Please register for the SAA and Archival Boot-Camp workshops separately. Click the links below for more information.)
- SAA workshop: Archivists' Guide to Balancing Legal Issues in Photographic Collections
- Archival Boot Camp
- [PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL] The Ins and Outs of Paper Repair: How to Choose the Right Method and Material (Basic Preservation Workshop at Etherington Conservation Services in Browns Summit, NC).
II. Conference - Thursday, March 29-Friday, March 30, 2012
- FULL PROGRAM for the 2012 conference
- REGISTER ONLINE for the 2012 conference [The online registration period ended on March 23, 2012. You may still register for the conference on-site in Greensboro, however we can no longer guarantee that you will receive a lunch.]
- Posters Proposal Form, 2012 (DEADLINE: Feb. 13)
- Annual Meeting Sponsorship Info
- View Our Sponsors!
More About the 2012 SNCA Conference:
This year’s program committee has been busy planning the 2012 SNCA conference. Please mark your calendars for March 28-30. The conference will be held on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina. The facilities on the campus we will be using include the historic Alumni House and the Elliott University Center. Furthermore, a block of rooms has been secured at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Greensboro, a great location for those of you who would like to explore the vibrant downtown Greensboro area.
Pre-conference workshops will be on Wednesday, March 28, followed by a social hour at Natty Greene’s Pub & Brewing Company in downtown Greensboro. Thursday includes morning tours of the UNCG campus and the University Archives and Special Collections, and an afternoon of sessions and a speaker during lunch. The reception and awards ceremony will take place Thursday evening at the Greensboro Historical Museum, and the exhibits will be open for self-guided tours. The majority of the sessions will be held on Friday, in addition to an opening speaker. Conference attendees are encouraged to take advantage of a Friday afternoon opportunity to tour the acclaimed International Civil Rights Center and Museum. A full program will be posted soon, and conference and hotel registration will be open February 1, 2012.
If you have any suggestions or questions about this year’s conference, please contact Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org.