Collaborations with Performing Arts Organizations: Collection Processing & Exhibit Curation Public Deposited

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This presentation was presented as part of a lighting talk session at the Northwest Archivists conference in Spokane, WA, in May 2014. It was also presented at the August 2014 Society of American Archivists conference in Washington D.C. at the Performing Arts Roundtable meeting.

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  • In 2013, the Oregon Multicultural Archives (OMA) began work on processing two Portland based performing arts organizations’ collections: the Obo Addy Legacy Project, an African dance group, and Milagro (officially known as the Miracle Theatre Group), a Latino/a theatre. Two interns and one and a half years later, the OMA curated a joint exhibit, hosted a reception, and the two collections became open to public for research.
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