Organizing your professional life and achievements: hard copy and digital recordkeeping - Camille Billops, panelist (2009)
AbstractPresentation from the Conference, Etched in Memory, Legacy Planning for Artists, held at the Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, March 20, 2009. Camille Billops, co-founder and co-curator of the Hatch-Billops Collection of Black Cultural Arts, discusses her experiences organizing and managing the Archives, as well as her struggles with her own artistic legacy. A memorable quote from her speech: "the search for permanency is a cursed thing." She closes by discussing how artists can help raise money for the preservation of the collection, once they have found an archives to accept the collection.
SubjectsHatch-Billops Collection, Inc., Archival materials--Methodology, Artists--New Jersey--History--Sources, African American artists
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