20 December 2013
Some of the wonderful work of Island Culture Archival Support (ICAS) during 2013.
ICAS is a non-profit organisation that is dedicated to providing voluntary archival help to cultural heritage organisations in the Pacific Islands, especially those that are underfunded and understaffed.
Founder and Executive Director Mr Brandon Oswald began ICAS in 2008, and over the years, the organisation has become highly respected for their dedicated work in making a real difference in helping Pacific cultural heritage institutions preserve and make accessible the records within their holdings.
Below are a number of reports outlining some of the work undertaken by ICAS during 2013:
- Training and Public Lecture Suva, Fiji
- Palau Survey Analysis of Records Project
- Report on the International Conference of ATALM, New Mexico
More information about ICAS and the wonderful work they do can be view on their website - www.islandarchives.org