Saturday, February 11, 2012
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
http://www.novascotiablogs.com/content/routes_to_your_roots/2010/10/judique-and-the-celtic-music-interpretive-centre.html This is a link to an blog article by Phil Neville a technician who was working with archives across the province on the Routes to Your Roots collaboration. It gives new insight into our facility and the surroundings.
Friday, November 27, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Celtic Colours Festival week means a week filled with visitors to the Centre and to the Archives. Thank you to all the donors who brought in their significant items to be preserved in the archives during this week.
The picture to the right is clipped from a large black and white 8 x 10 that was donated this past fall. There are some interesting notes about this picture. It was taken in Boston, -- or Detroit. Most of those asked stated: Boston. No one could identfy the dance hall, though. Please send us a note at email@example.com, if you can.
We've been told by a local photographer that the photograph was printed from the reverse side of the negative. The fiddlers stances revealed this to him.
This photo shows a dance figure that I haven't seen done in a while. A couple dances in the centre of each circle of dancers. One person has been identified in the photograph but we'd like to know more. If you have clues to offer, please give us a call.
How much can we learn from a photograph of community events? Quite a bit because family and community history is captured by photographs. If you have photographs, letter, or material that you think should be preserved in an archives please bring them in for assessment.
Virginia, Archivist, CMIC
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Here are staff from the Celtic Music Interpretive Centre in 2007 on the Parade float, during the Judique-on-the-Floor Festival. We are promoting the Celtic Music Centre, its Archives, and the Buddy MacMaster School of Fiddling. Our organization is community based and reaches out to the extended family of musicians, music fans and students of our traditional music. It's all part of the culture of hospitality that exists on our island.