Creating Innovative Programming for Nontraditional Audiences

Andrew Hinton, Michael Barera, Marta Crilly, Norie Guthrie, Sheon Montgomery, Marc Levitt, Brittney Newberry

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Whether you’re trying to connect<br>devotees of Harry Potter to naval aviation,<br>indulging folk music aficionados, or training<br>the next generation of archives users,<br>reaching nontraditional audiences with<br>innovative programming can be challenging.<br>Seven archivists share tips and lessons<br>learned on outreach and engagement:<br>Michael Barera of the University of Texas<br>at Arlington (UTA), Marta Crilly of Boston<br>City Archives (BCA), Norie Guthrie of Rice<br>University, Andrew Hinton and Sheon<br>Montgomery of the Vietnam Center and<br>Archive at Texas Tech University (VNCA),<br>Marc Levitt of the National Naval Aviation<br>Museum (NAM), and Brittany Newberry<br>of the Atlanta University Center (AUC).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)8, 18
JournalArchival Outlook
StatePublished - Jan 2020


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