The L.A. AS SUBJECT consortium brings to life the diverse, often hidden stories that make Southern California such a fascinating place of discovery. The annual LOS ANGELES ARCHIVES BAZAAR, which is free and open to the public, offers a one-stop opportunity to interact with dozens of archives, from large institutions to private collectors.
In addition to exhibitors, the bazaar will feature workshops on preserving fragile books, audio recordings, and home movies, as well as discussions on the World War II-era Nobel Prize-winning author Thomas Mann and the creation of “Weimar on the Pacific,” the origin of the Southern California Filipino community and the preservation of its identity through the Filipino-American Library, and the work done by the youth focused community arts organization Color Compton.
USC follows current Los Angeles County Department of Health guidelines related to the COVID-19 pandemic, which strongly recommend mask wearing indoors. Masks will be provided for exhibitors and attendees.
For more information, visit the Archives Bazaar webpage.
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Read the Home Movie Day at the 2022 Archives Bazaar press release