70 Degrees will be featured in Session Three of the 2018 SOHA Annual Conference on Saturday, April 28th at CSUF. Suzi Resnik (2017 James V. Mink Award recipient, SOHA; President of Viewing Voices), Annie Duval (organizer and oral historian, consultant with Viewing Voices) Jennifer Keil (Archivist for the Moulton Family Foundation, Consultant and Co-owner of 70 Degrees, First Vice President, SOHA Board of Directors), Cindy Keil (Archivist for the Moulton Family Foundation, Consultant and Co-owner of 70 Degrees), Debi Salmon(Director, Del Mar Television Foundation), and Tensia Moriel Trejo (former President, Del Mar Historical Society and member of Del Mar Voices) present their shifting approaches with their #interdisciplinary backgrounds, but their central goal is to find out how our #communities remember the #past and to make that past come alive in #historic sites with city councils’ endorsement. Through site visits, they learned more about our respective communities’ #heritage and facilities. They juxtaposed the #seaside villages of Del Mar, Balboa Island, and #Laguna in terms of the physical spaces and how the residents retain their localized #narratives. They use #film to visually capture and present their perspectives on local #television; station producers are providing their technological resources for this unique programming.
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