Swann Vice President and Director of Photographs & Photobooks, Daile Kaplan, will be a panelist at the American Photography Archives Group (APAG)'s seminar on September 5 and 6.
APAG is an organization founded and run by Mary Engel--daughter of photographers and filmmakers Ruth Orkin and Morris Engel--whose primary mission is to offer a forum for living artists and guardians of archives to discuss and learn about all aspects of archive management.
The seminar in September will include sessions on:
• Organizing an archive from A (archival boxes) to Z (zip lock bags)
• Conservation/Preservation issues and solutions
• Legal Issues, including copyright and intellectual property discussions
• Marketing, including social media and website design
• How an archive gets valued and when and why valuations are necessary
• How to secure placement in an institution
Daile will join other photography experts to discuss appraisals and insuring of photographic collections, addressing the various types of appraisals, who needs one and for what purpose.
For more information on this event, which takes place at the International Center of Photography in New York City, visit the APAG website.
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