Upcoming Event in January
Frozen Frames: Preserving Pasadena’s Visual Legacy
Tuesday, January 25, 7:00 pm
General Admission: $10; PMH Members: FREE
The Pasadena Museum of History Research Library and Archives maintains the area’s largest and most complete photographic archives of Pasadena and the west San Gabriel Valley – an estimated one million historical images. In 2015, the Museum embarked on an ambitious, yet successful project, the Great History Freeze, to preserve 200,000 at-risk, irreplaceable historical photo negatives through cryogenics. This project successfully stopped the deterioration of the negatives, ensuring their viability for generations to come. A selection of representative images from these collections are featured in the Museum's premiere online exhibition, making them available for the first time to a wider audience.
Join Education and Program Manager, Daniel Nevarez for this one-on-one interview with PMH Director of Collections and Exhibition Curator, Anuja Navare, as we explore the journey from the Great History Freeze to our four-part exhibition series, Frozen Frames: Preserving Pasadena’s Visual Legacy.
Please visit, https://pasadenahistory.org/exhibits/online-exhibition/ to view Frozen Frames: Preserving Pasadena’s Visual Legacy.
Frozen Frames was dedicated to Dr. Michael Kadin with generous funding provided by The Paloheimo Foundation and the Kadin Family.
The news website Pasadena Now proudly supports PMH's first online exhibition.
Advance reservations required; reservations must be made by 3:00 pm on Monday, January 24.
The presentation will be presented live via Zoom. The Zoom link will be sent to all participants on Monday, January 24.