In January, the Texas Archive of the Moving Image took theto San Angelo! The Archive screened films during the History Harvest, an all day event sponsored by Humanities Texas, to kick off the Round-Up, which will wrap up on February 1, 2014. The Round-Up is already a success with 300 films and videos donated the first day!
TAMI's Caitlin McColl presented at the Discovering Texas History Conference at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin on January 23rd. McColl gave an exciting presentation to a packed room of Texas educators about using archival film footage in the classroom as primary resources. She also discussedthat incorporate TEKS objectives for the Texas History classroom.
TAMI was featured in several places around the web last month:
- featured videos from the Archive about juvenile delinquency and offered commentary on how gender roles and family life have changed since the films were produced in 1962.
- The San Angelo Standard Times featured , promoting the event and TAMI's Round-Up.
- The San Angelo Standard Times also wrote an article following the History Harvest named "" that profiled TAMI's work and partnership with Angelo State University. The partnership with ASU resulted in the preservation of in San Angelo, as well as films from the .
The top five videos in the Archive last month were: