Date: Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
You can register here: https://www.wnylrc.org/workshops/313
Danielle Glynn and Gabrielle Carlo will show attendees how to make your own, different kinds of enclosures that can save you from having to purchase more costly enclosures!
They will start with a review of the four-flap enclosure that Gabrielle taught at the first enclosures workshop, and will show attendees how to turn that enclosure into a three-flap enclosure, or peek-a-boo-type enclosure. They will also show attendees how to make a box with a lid out of folder stock, and how to store smaller items using remnants of folder stock.
Attendees can expect to learn how to safely store not only books that need extra attention, but also audio-visual materials and smaller objects. Folder stock and other tools will be provided.
Attendees may bring the following materials from their own collections that they can make an enclosure for, if they wish:
1. A single book, VHS, audiocassette, or something similar
2. A small collection of small items (pins, for example)
Folder stock and some other archival supplies will be provided for the hands-on activities. Attendees will take home their finished products!
Location: WNYLRC Training Center (www.wnylrc.org/directions)
Danielle Glynn is the Archivist and Assistant Medical Librarian at the Edwin A. Mirand Library at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. She received her M.A. in English from the University of Rochester and her Master of Library and Information Studies with a specialization in Archives from the University at Buffalo. She is currently working to establish an archives at the cancer center, including Dr. Mirand’s vast collection of historical materials. She has also worked for the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library system and the University at Buffalo Archives.
Gabrielle Carlo is the Archivist at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. She received her M.A. in Musicology from the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College and her B.A. in Vocal performance from Buffalo State College. Due to her interest in archives, libraries, and the importance of preserving history, she received her Master of Library and Information Science with a specialization in Music Librarianship and Archives from the University at Buffalo. Preserving the Gallery’s history not only fulfills a passion, but also contributes to the enhancement of the arts community in Buffalo. Aside from archival work, Gabrielle teaches Music History at Buffalo State College.