The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. (ART) Awards Ceremony is the premier event of New York Archives Week. It is the only awards program in the Metropolitan New York City region dedicated to honoring the work of archivists and those who support archival programs. The awards acknowledge distinguished work and long term achievements in our profession.
ART began the Awards Ceremony in 1989, as an integral part of the goal for Archives Week to “increase awareness among our constituencies, resource allocators and the general public of archives’ contributions to the quality of life in New York City.”
The 2013 Awards Ceremony will be held at the New York Junior League, 130 East 80th Street, New York City, on October 10, 2013 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
The Archivists Round Table is currently accepting nominations for the 2013 awards. For more information visit the ART web site Latest News on the Home Page.
ART bestows four awards during Archives Week:
Recognizes an individual or archival program that has made an outstanding contribution to the archival profession, or a notable achievement of value to the archives community, its patrons, or constituents. Recent recipients include the A.C. Long Health Sciences Library at Columbia University Medical Center’s Stephen Novack, New York Philharmonic’s Barbara Haws, and Witness’ Grace Lile.
Outstanding Support of Archives
Recognizes an individual or organization for notable contributions to archival records or archival programs through political, financial or moral support. Recent recipients include Art Spaces Archives Project, New York City Council Member Gale Brewer, and the Leon Levy Foundation.
Innovative Use of Archives
Recognizes an individual or organization for use of archival material in a meaningful and creative way, making a significant contribution to a community or body of people, and demonstrating the relevance of archival materials to its subject. Past recipients include NYPL Labs, The Jazz Loft Project and Mapping the African American Past.
Educational Use of ArchivesRecognizes and celebrates an individual or organization who utilizes primary source materials to create engaging and informative learning experiences for diverse audiences. This award was established in 2011 to reflect ART’s growing initiatives to encourage the use of archives by students and learning communities. Recent recipients include the Museum of the Moving Image for The Living Room Candidate project and Aquinas Honor Society of the Immaculate Conception School.
* The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. (ART) recognizes the generous sponsorship of Archives Week and the Awards Ceremony by MetLife and the Lucius N. Littauer Foundation.