The Programming Committee is responsible for all aspects of ART’s monthly (September through June) meetings and the annual holiday party. Committee members seek out potential speakers, locate host sites, coordinate refreshment ordering and meeting set up/break down, greet guests, and report on meetings in ART’s newsletter.
Programming Committee members work with the Membership Committee to retain current members and cultivate new members, making sure that our organization remains relevant to the profession and inclusive to the entire archival community.
The Programming Committee is under the jurisdiction of the Director of the Programming Committee of the Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York, Inc. If you have suggestions about future programming events or speakers, tips on a host site, feedback on a particular meeting, or if you would like to join the Programming Committee, please contact the Director of teh Programming Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Programming Committee welcomes student members, retired professionals, and archives volunteers.
Can You Help ART with Meeting Space?
We are always in need of host sites that can accommodate upwards of 50 people between approximately 5:00 pm and 8:30 pm on weekday evenings. If your institution fits this description, please contact the Programming Committee. It’s great publicity for you and the Programming Committee members will work with you to ensure that hosting a meeting is not burdensome to your employer or to you.
Nick Pavlik, Director of the Programming Committee
Katherine Meyers (Co-Chair, Discussion Groups Subcommittee)
Tamar Zeffren (Co-Chair, Discussion Groups Subcommittee)
Boni Joi Koelliker