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Disaster to Done: Organizing your Family Photos

October 2, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, repeating until October 23, 2018

$265 – $295

This four-week course will help you organize and care for your printed family photos

Class will meet on four consecutive Tuesday evenings from 6:00 – 8:00 pm:

10/02/18
10/09/18
10/16/18
10/23/18

 

Odds are you’ve got at least a few hundred (if not a few thousand) photos in boxes, bags, albums, envelopes, frames, files, slide carousel, etc. and that doesn’t even begin to address the thousands of image files you probably have since digital photography really got going about 15 years ago.

Do you have thousands of any other kind of important personal keepsake that you feel responsibility for preserving? We know that somehow, if the photos are in our possession, we are responsible for caring for them. But we don’t often know what’s necessary to be the best caretakers for our photo memories.

Do you want to organize your family photos so you can spend more time reliving your favorite photo memories? This course will help you take your photo collection from disaster to perfection. Disaster to joy. Disaster to Done.

 

A Supply kit will be provided to each person and will include:
  • One archival box with dividers that holds approximately 1500 photos, size 4 x 6 or smaller
  • One anti-static cleaning cloth
  • One bottle of photo safe adhesive remover
  • One small spatula
  • One archival photo-safe permanent ink pen

 


About Sabrina Hughes:

Sabrina Hughes is a curator, historian of photography, and founder of photoxo, a personal archiving service specializing in helping people preserve their family photos.

Sabrina has a Master of Arts from University of South Florida in Art History. She has worked at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg Florida, and in the Department of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. During her tenure at those museums, she learned best practices for caring for photographs. She curated four photography exhibitions at the MFA including Picturing a New Society: Photographs from the Soviet Union 1920’s to 1980’s and African American Life and Family. In addition to her work with photoxo, Sabrina teaches History of Photography at USF and actively collects vernacular photography.

 


FMoPA Class Cancellation Policy: You may cancel up to 72 hours in advance. After that, no refund will be given. It is at the discretion of FMoPA to offer a transfer of credit to another course or workshop. This credit may not be issued more than once and expires after 6 months. If a refund is completed online there will be a small percentage taken from the total.

Details

Date:
October 2, 2018
Time:
Cost:
$265 – $295

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