- Founded in 1982, the Twin Cities Archives Round Table (TCART) includes members from the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area, as well as greater Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Members include archivists, manuscript curators, librarians, records managers, and information specialists representing government agencies, county and state historical societies, colleges and universities, religious organizations, and corporations.
Category Archives: Minnesota Archives Symposium
Thank you to all who attended the 6th annual Minnesota Archives Symposium, which took place this year at the Minneapolis Central Library on Monday, November 6th. We had 93 attendees, which is a fantastic showing. Thank you to our speakers … Continue reading
6th Annual Minnesota Archives Symposium Back to Basics Monday, November 6th at Minneapolis Central Library As the role of the archivist and the nature of our work has evolved steadily over time, the foundation of our profession will always remain … Continue reading
Thank you to all who attended the 5th Annual Minnesota Archives Symposium at Elmer L. Andersen Library on Monday, November 14th. Our very first year of the symposium back in 2012 we had 47 attendees, and this, our fifth year, … Continue reading
5th Annual Minnesota Archives Symposium Archives in Conversation Monday, November 14th at Elmer L. Andersen Library, University of Minnesota Archivists today have a lot to talk about. From finding funding for our increasingly complex projects, to the challenges of born-digital … Continue reading
4th Annual Minnesota Archives Symposium Bridging the Gap Between Our Digital and Physical Collections Join the Minnesota Historical Society and the Twin Cities Archives Round Table (TCART) on Monday, November 2nd, 2015, for the fourth annual Minnesota Archives Symposium. This … Continue reading
The Twin Cities Archives Round Table is pleased to announce the fourth annual Minnesota Archives Symposium (MAS), sponsored by the Minnesota Historical Society. MAS is a local educational and networking opportunity for archivists, librarians, records managers, curators and other information … Continue reading