LGBTQ Pride month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer art worker and asking them to reflect on what this moment means to them.
In Hungary, an Online Photo Archive Fights Revisionist History
Free to access and run with a high level of transparency and public input, Fortepan has collected over 100,000 photos taken by Hungarians during the 20th century.
The Woman Who Recorded Decades of TV News on 70,000 VHS Tapes
The documentary Recorder explores the life and work of Marion Stokes, who amassed the world’s largest independent TV archive without anyone noticing.
At a Queer Film Festival, a Collective Offers to Digitize Your Videos for Free
It’s the opening night of MIX NYC’s 28th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival, and at the entrance to the festival’s art installations, XFR Collective (pronounced “transfer collective”) has set up their decks and monitors, ready for work.
Eyewear for Chickens and a Time Capsule Full of Twinkies: Highlights from #AskAnArchivist Day
Today, archivists across the US took to Twitter to answer questions from the public.