Archives Awareness Week
Archives Week is our annual celebration to draw public attention to the importance of the province's nearly 200 archival institutions.
British Columbia's annual Archives Week takes place the third week in November each year.
Visit the 2022 Archives Awareness Week page!
What is the role of the Archives Awareness Week Committee?
In 2007 the Archives Week Committee was established with the function to work in cooperation with the Executive committee on initiatives regarding Public Awareness, Advocacy, and Legislation to plan and organize an annual week-long celebration that increases public appreciation and understanding of archives and the archival profession in British Columbia.
The duties and responsibilities of the Archives Week Committee include:
If you are interested in joining the Archives Awareness Week Committee please contact email@example.com.
Past Archives Awareness Week Events
2021 Archives Awareness Week
AABC Roundtea - Social Media and Archives, Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021
Join the AABC on Wed, November 17, 2021 for a virtual tea and chat during Archives Awareness Week. We are pleased to be joined by Audrey McKinnon, a former CBC journalist and communications professional; Andréa Tarnawsky, Digital and Outreach Archivist at Simon Fraser University Library Special Collections and with experience using social media and blogging for both the AABC and other organizations; and Alyssa Bruijns, Head Archivist & Collections Manager of the Whistler Museum and Archives. We will talk about tips and strategies for connecting through different media platforms and how to promote and advocate for archives and the work we do.
Did your miss our Roundtea? The recording is now available.
2020 Archives Awareness Week
In celebration of the 20th anniversary of BC’s Archives Awareness Week (November 16-20, 2020), and the 30th anniversary of the Archives Association of British Columbia, the AABC developed a week of activities and events focused on the theme of "Archival Activism".
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