SAA @ UCLA Tote Bags for Sale!

SAA @ UCLA is very excited to present our Archival DO’s and DON’Ts Tote Bags, designed by talented illustrator, future archivist, and friend, Grace Danico!

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What: High quality, 17×18 tote bags, made in the USA by American Apparel, and printed locally at Family Industries.
Why: To support future SAA@UCLA activities, such as educational workshops, tours of local archival repositories, trips to conferences, and professional networking events.
Where: Totes will be available for purchase in person at UCLA, either in IS Commons or in front of the Young Research Library (see below for the schedule) and online using this link.
When: Please come by to purchase totes in person, or just to say hello during the dates and times listed below!

Tote Sale Schedule:
04/02/2013, Tuesday 12:30-1:30|Outside YRL & 2:30-3:30|Outside YRL
04/03/2013, Wednesday 1:30-2:30|IS Commons
04/04/2013, Thursday 12:30-1:30|IS Commons

How Much:
$10 for in person sale 
$12 plus $3 shipping for domestic online sales
*International sales, please contact us directly at uclasaa@ucla.edu

SAA @ UCLA wants to send a great big THANK YOU to Grace Danico for generously designing these super awesome totes!

About Grace:
Grace Danico is a fellow MLIS and archival studies student at the Pratt Institute in New York, freelance illustrator, and contributing editor for the design blog Grain Edit. She is currently an Image Cataloging intern with the American Museum of Natural History and has previously interned with the Sesame Workshop’s Publishing Department and the Archive of Contemporary Music. See more of Grace’s work on her website at http://gracedanico.com/ and follow her on twitter at https://twitter.com/gogograce.

Please email us if you have any questions or concerns about purchasing or ordering totes at: uclasaa@ucla.edu. Thank you for your support!

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Author: Society of American Archivists at UCLA

Welcome to the Society of American Archivists student chapter at the University of California, Los Angeles! The Chapter is open to all students interested in any aspect of archival management and preservation ranging from traditional materials such as manuscripts, personal papers, and business records to electronic and digital media in all formats.

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