CCPH is actively seeking nominations for our 2016 Awards, recognizing those in the Public History field doing extraordinary work. For more information about the awards that we offer and past award winners, visit our Awards webpage.
CCPH invites any announcements or articles relating to history from our members and mailing list to include in our updates.
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Thank you for your continuous support and interest in CCPH!
From: Oral History Association
Oral History Association Annual Meeting - Celebrating 50 Years
When: October 12-16
Where: Long Beach, California
Registration is open for the 2016 Oral History Association annual meeting! The 2016 meeting will capture the spirit of the first National Colloquium on Oral History in 1966 by introducing lively theoretical and methodological discussion space, examining current and ongoing work, as well as looking toward the future of the field.
The theme of “OHA@50: Traditions, Transitions and Technologies from the Field” is well represented in this year’s programmatic line-up. The Oct. 12-16 meeting will have more than 100 sessions, including wide-ranging topics relevant to oral historians’ work in such diverse areas as archives and collection management, social justice, public history and education.
Also this year we welcome Southwest Oral History Association (SOHA) members in the first joint meeting of the two organizations. Keep an eye out for SOHA-designated presentations, with a good dose of local and regional topics.
Exclusive to 2016 is a track, sponsored by the 50th Anniversary Task Force, devoted to seminal points in the oral history field as public space for discourse on the state and future of various key movements.
Join us at the beautiful Aquarium of the Pacific on Thursday evening during the conference. Attendees will be mingling with the jellyfish and penguins as we celebrate 50 great years of the Oral History Association with a buffet dinner, drinks, and a lively program.
We welcome all to attend this special meeting! For information on conference rates, housing, workshops, and tours, see Annual Meeting.
From: California Historical Society
Contemporary Tintypes by Ed Drew
July 21, 2016 5:00—8:00 PM
On view July 21 - November 27, 2016 California Historical Society 678 Mission Street, San Francisco
In 2014, photographer Ed Drew worked with Klamath Tribal Health & Family Services to make portraits during a series of retreats attended by members of the native community in and around Klamath Falls, Oregon. The resulting series of tintypes—a popular portrait medium in the nineteenth century—pictures individuals descended from the Klamath and Pit River Paiute tribes of southern Oregon and the Modoc Indians of northern California. Learn More
August 31, 2016 7:00 PM La Plaza de Cultura y Artes 501 N Main St, Los Angeles Attend
From: California Humanities
The On the Road with California Humanities series features Pulitzer Prize winners in dialogue with notable thinkers and the community, examining contemporary issues to guide California along the path to a vibrant future.
California's Water: Rivers, Oceans, and Our Future August 27, 2016 - 7:00pm - National Steinbeck Center, Salinas Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bettina Boxall joins Felicia Marcus, Chair of California’s State Water Resources Board and Norm Groot, Executive Director of Monterey County Farm Bureau, as they discuss a future in which water is going to become all the more precious. To register, please click HERE.
The Farmworker Movement in California: From Chavez Onwards September 28, 2016 - 7:00pm - Fresno Art Museum Pulitzer Prize-winning author Miriam Pawel and Dawn Mabalon, Associate Professor of History at San Francisco State University, will discuss how the farmworker movement of the past can help inform the future of agriculture with playwright Luis Valdez, founder of El Teatro Campesino and Samuel Orozco, author and National News and Information Director of Radio Bilingüe. To register, please click HERE.
In Tune: The Arts and Humanities in the Golden State October 26, 2016 – 6:30pm – Oakland Stay tuned on the development of a celebration of California’s rich culture of arts and humanities in partnership with California Arts Council.
All forums are free and open to the public.
From: California Association of Museums
FOUNDATION CENTER WEBINAR: GOVERNMENT GRANTS – JUNE 21 & 28
The Foundation Center is hosting two webinars about the federal funding application process. The webinars are titled Government Funding: Readiness, Research, and RFA Review and Government Funding: Writing the Proposal. Read more
HOW TO ENGAGE YOUR ORGANIZATION WITH THE MEDIA – JUNE 22
The Balboa Park Learning Institute and others partners are hosting a workshop on how to engage your organization with media and the importance of building strategic partnerships with media outlets. The workshop 12-1pm at the San Diego Hall of Champions. Read more
PERSPECTIVES ON PHILANTHROPY: INSIGHTS ON GIVING USA – JUNE 24
The Foundation Center is hosting a livestream and in-person program with leaders from San Francisco's nonprofit sector to discuss the lastest findings of Giving USA 2016, a publication on the sources and uses of U.S. charitable giving. The 2016 edition will be released on June 14. The livestream is at 10am Pacific Time on June 24. Read more
CONNECTING TO THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS – JUNE 30
The United Nation’s recent adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), 17 global goals that will help fight extreme poverty, end inequality, and fix climate change across the world. This webinar will help nonprofits be informed and learn how to connect their work to the goals. Read more
MUSEUM ASSESSMENT PROGRAM – DEADLINE JULY 1
The Museum Assessment Program (MAP) has helped over 4,600 small and mid-sized museums of all types strengthen operations, plan for the future and meet standards through a one-year process of self-assessment. Read more
AASLH SCHOLARSHIP FOR ANNUAL MEETING – DUE JULY 1
There are four scholarship opportunities to help individuals attend the annual meeting of the American Association for State and Local History in Detroit September 14-17, 2016. Read more
ONLINE COURSE: CATALOGING YOUR COLLECTION - JULY 1
Cataloging Your Collection covers all details needed to catalog a collection. Procedures for handling, measuring and describing all types of objects and materials are discussed in detail. Read more
PROGRAM SOLICITATION: NEW RESEARCH LABS – DEADLINE JULY 12
The NEA seeks to support a series of transdisciplinary research partnerships to produce and report empirical insights about the arts for the benefit of arts and non-arts sectors alike, through a new program, the NEA Research Labs. They are seeking an organization (Cooperator) to undertake the program. Deadline is July 12, 2016. Read more
PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR HISTORY PROFESSIONALS – JULY 12-13
AASLH's Project Management for History Professionals workshop will be July 12-13 at the Ohio History Connection's Ohio History Center in Columbus, OH. Read more
CREATIVITY AT THE CORE SUMMER INSTITUTE – JULY 28, 29, 30
The California County Superintendents Educational Services Association’s Arts Initiative will be held on July 28, 29, and 30. It will be a 3-day institute that will focus on arts learning and California State Standards. Read more
WMA EARLY BIRD RATES AVAILABLE – DEADLINE JULY 29
The Western Museums Association, in partnership with the Museum Association of Arizona, is hosting the 2016 Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona September 25-28, 2016. Early Bird rates are available through July 29. Read more