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Professional Development Series

Archives & You:
Approaches to the Management of Your Creative Records

The Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild Professional Development Series encompasses the business of writing from the legal, financial, and technological aspects to publishing, marketing and promotion. One phase of the series is offered in-person for the entire month of May, consisting of four two-hour workshops in Regina and Saskatoon.

Where: Dance Saskatchewan Building, 205A Pacific Avenue, Saskatoon
When: May 9, 16, 23 & 30; 8pm - 10pm
Cost: SWG members - $25 for one, $85 for four;
         non-members - $35 for one, $120 for four

Registrations can be made by submitting the registration form by email or fax to the Guild office, or by contacting Milena the SWG Administrative Assistant at 791-7740 or at info@skwriter.com. For more information please contact SWG Program Manager Tracy Hamon at 791-7743 or programs@skwriter.com.

May 9: Archives & You

Instructor: Nadine Charabin

This workshop will introduce the Saskatchewan Archives and the services offered to private records creators. It will highlight the types of records that writers create, what makes these records archival, basic records management practices and the transfer process to archival custody. Aspects of research use will also be explored - why are writers’ records important to an archive and the legacy they hold?

Nadine Charabin is the Manager of Reference Services at the Saskatoon and Regina offices of the Saskatchewan Archives, where she has been employed as an archivist since 1990. Nadine completed her Masters' degree in History at the University of Saskatchewan. Nadine lives with her husband in Dalmeny, SK, where she volunteers at the local library, is a dedicated reader of historic fiction, is a devoted movie-goer and an avid gardener. Nadine and her husband are also Roughrider season ticket holders and stock car racing enthusiasts.

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