- 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.
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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
The Twin Cities Archives Round Table is pleased to announce the sixth annual Minnesota Archives Symposium (MAS). MAS is a local educational and networking opportunity for archivists, librarians, records managers, curators and other information professionals. We seek to broaden opportunities … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who attended the 2017 TCART Spring meeting — it was wonderful to see so many people who were able to make it down to St. Peter. Thank you to Jeff Jenson and Adrianna Darden at Gustavus … Continue reading
This year’s spring meeting calls for our out-of-the-Twin-Cities meeting, and so the 2017 Spring Meeting will be held at Gustavus Adolphus College. Come join us to tour the archives at Gustavus with College Archivist Jeff Jenson, hear presentations from TCART … 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
2016 Minnesota Archives Symposium Call for Panelists The Twin Cities Archives Round Table is pleased to announce the fifth annual Minnesota Archives Symposium (MAS). MAS is a local educational and networking opportunity opportunity for archivists, librarians, records managers, curators and … Continue reading