Learn how to preserve films and videotapes at media makers workshop, March 5

ʻUluʻulu videotapes

Want to learn how to preserve your precious films and videotapes? Looking for a place to donate or share your films with a larger audience? Join ʻUluʻulu Archive staff for a presentation of the collections at UH West Oʻahu’s ‘Ulu‘ulu, The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i at the Hawaiian Media Makers Workshop on March 5. Learn how the collections were acquired, preserved, digitized and cataloged, as well as how to access the collections online. Seating is limited. RSVP to events@piccom.org by March 2. The Hawaiian Media Makers Workshop is happening on Saturday, March 5 from 9:30-11 a.m. at 615 Piʻikoi Street, 4th floor.

‘Ulu‘ulu, The Henry Ku‘ualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawai‘i

A program of the Academy for Creative Media System, ʻUluʻulu, the Henry Kuʻualoha Giugni Moving Image Archive of Hawaiʻi, is Hawaiʻi’s official moving image archive and located in the UH West Oʻahu Library. The mission of the ʻUluʻulu Archive is to perpetuate and share the rich moving image heritage of Hawaiʻi through the preservation of film and videotape related to the history and culture of Native Hawaiians and the people of Hawaiʻi.

‘Ulu‘ulu is a Hawaiian word meaning collections, assembly or gathering. The ʻUluʻulu Archive is not just a collection of moving image items, but an assembly of voices, communities, and stories – a gathering place for people to share Hawai‘i’s culture, traditions and collective memory.

For more information, call (808) 689-2740 or visit uluulu.hawaii.edu.

Image courtesy of Chelsea Lugo