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Virtual Tour (2018)


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  •  Humanities Texas Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs Melissa Huber 
  •  TAMI Technical Director Afsheen Nomai 
  •  About the History Harvest 
  •  Put the Falls Back in Wichita Falls 
  •  Film discoveries through the Texas Film Round-Up 
  •  About the digitization process 
  •  Ways to use the materials outside of collection events 
  •  Local partnerships 
  •  The significance of home movie records 
  •  A changing Wichita Falls 
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Presented by the Kemp Center for the Arts and Region 9, Virtual Tour is a monthly live-action, interactive program that allows area students to participate in virtual field trips. Featured presenters answer questions live via video feed. In this September 2018 installment, host Ann Arnold Ogden welcomes Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) Technical Director Afsheen Nomai and Humanities Texas Director of Exhibitions and Public Programs Melissa Huber to talk about the recent Texas Film Round-Up and History Harvest at the Wichita Falls Public Library as well as preservation in general. On August 4, 2018, TAMI partnered with Humanities Texas to host a joint digitization event open to Wichita Falls and surrounding area residents. TAMI accepted films and videotapes for its free digitization program, while Humanities Texas scanned photographs and paper documents on site.