Current Events and News
October 23 Griffin Hall 518 12:00pm-1:00pm: This how-to workshop is aimed at beginners wanting to learn a little on Collections Management and how to use Past Perfect, a database program used in museums nationally for collections management. Workshop will be ran by Maegan Smith and Anne Mahoney of Vermillionville Living History Museum.
October 30 Griffin Hall 518 12:00pm-1:00pm: This how-to workshop is for those who already have a jump start on collections management and want to explore more advanced uses of Past Perfect. Workshop will be ran by Maegan Smith and Anne Mahoney of Vermillionville Living History Museum.
November 6 & 13 Griffin Hall 307 2:30pm-3:30pm: This how-to workshop is for beginners unfamiliar with ArcGIS, a wonderful map making software that our center offers. This workshop is a two day course and will be ran by Dr. Brittany Cook, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
November 6 & 13 Griffin Hall 518 7:00pm-8:00pm: This is a educational workshop on photography explaining how to use the cameras we offer for rent and use in our center as well as dive into the artistic elements of planning and production of a shoot. This workshop is a two day course and will be ran by Dr. Stephanie Paine, Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
October 2020 — Public engagement event
The Guilbeau Center for Public History is excited to announce that we will be collaborating with the World War II Museum located in New Orleans, LA and with the History of Science Society to bring together a public engagement event. This event will be taking place in October of 2020 at the World War II Museum. We are incredibly excited to watch this project grow and bring you more information on this exciting opportunity in the future.