In the final section of his blog, Quentin writes about digitizing the files of choreographer James Truitte, and includes reflections on Mr. Truitte’s contributions to Dayton Contemporary Dance Company from Sheri “Sparkle” Williams.
In her final blog post, Tere discusses curating an exhibit about the GCAC, the value of seeing the public interact with archives, and key takeaways.
In her final blog post, Hallie writes about how she tackled the many priorities for Dancing Wheels’ archives by getting started on multiple projects and establishing procedures that can be continued by the company staff.
In the third part of his blog, Quentin writes about interviewing long-time DCDC dancer Sheri “Sparkle” Williams, and shares her reflections on her tenure with the company and the influence of various choreographers and teachers.
In her third blog post, Tere discusses digital preservation, the future of the archive project after her departure, and the importance of situating the archive in the community’s history.
In her second blog post, Tere Elizalde shares contextual information that benefited her in the inventory and archiving processes. She discusses A/V materials, damaged materials, and more.