Date: May 10-13, 2023
Location: Riverwoods Conference Center, Logan, Utah
Join us in person or virtually for the 2023 Conference of Intermountain Archivists annual meeting May 10-13, 2023 in Logan, Utah. It's a notable year for a couple of reasons. First, we are returning to a traditional four-day conference with a full schedule including pre-conference workshop, presentation sessions, keynote, reception, breakout sessions, business meeting/awards luncheon, dine-arounds, and tours for the first time since 2019. Additionally, we are celebrating our organization’s 50th anniversary, which is reflected in our conference theme: “CIMA at 50: Remembering the Past, Embracing the Future.” We look forward to seeing you there!
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Wednesday, May 10
8:30am-9:00am Registration [Grand Reception Hall]
9:00am-4:30pm Pre-conference Workshop [Cottonwood Room]
Thursday, May 11
8:00am-9:00am Registration Table Open [Grand Reception Hall]
9:00am-9:15am Welcome and Acknowledgements [Mahogany Room]
9:15am-10:30am Plenary Session and Keynote: "History, Healing and Re-story-ation" [Mahogany Room]
Darren Parry is the former Chairman of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation. Darren serves on the Utah Humanities and the PBS Utah, Board of Directors. He attended the University of Utah and Weber State University and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education. Darren is the author of “The Bear River Massacre; A Shoshone History” and teaches Native American History at Utah State University. He lectures around the country on Native American issues surrounding history and Indigenous views related to sustainability. He recently gave a lecture at the University of Copenhagen and spoke about Indigenous views to Climate and Environment. His passions in life are his wife Melody, 7 children and 17 grandchildren. His other passion is his Tribal family. He wants to make sure that those who have gone before him are not forgotten.
10:30am-10:45am Morning Break with Vendors [Grand Reception Hall]
10:45am-12:00pm Educational Session 1
12:00pm-1:30pm Lunch on your own
1:30pm-2:45pm Educational Session 2
2:45pm-3:15pm Afternoon Break with Vendors [Grand Reception Hall]
3:15pm-4:30pm Educational Session 3
5:30pm-7:30pm CIMA 50th Anniversary Reception [The Logan Depot]
Friday, May 12
8:30am-9:00am Registration [Grand Reception Hall]
9:00am-10:15am Educational Session 4
10:15am-10:45am Morning Break [Grand Reception Hall]
10:45am-11:45am Educational Session 5
11:45am-12:00pm Break [Grand Reception Hall]
12:00pm-1:30pm Business Meeting and Awards Luncheon [live streamed & in the Redwood Room]
1:30pm-1:45pm Afternoon Break [Grand Reception Hall]
1:45pm-2:45pm Breakout Sessions
2:45pm-3:00pm Afternoon Break
3:00 pm Depart for Tour Location
3:15pm-4:30pm Tour of USU Special Collections & Archives4:45pm Return to Riverwoods
Saturday, May 13
8:45am-12:15pm Tour of Bear River Massacre Site led by Darren Parry [limited registration spots available]
Date: Thursday, May 11, 2023
We have a fun evening planned to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of CIMA! Held in the historic Logan Depot, the celebration will include light hors d'oeuvres, an archives-inspired cocktail and mocktail, CIMA history display, a photobooth with archives-themed props, a 50th anniversary cake, and music by the Blue Blazers (featuring retired USU archivist and local legend Bob Parson). Each guest will receive two drink tickets and a special CIMA 50th anniversary gift. 1970s attire welcome!
Parking: Parking at the Logan Depot is available but limited to street parking and a small parking lot that is shared with a nearby restaurant. We recommend riding the shuttle or carpooling if possible.
Reception admission is included with an in-person conference registration, but please RSVP when registering for the conference.
To include additional guests ($30/guest), select as add-on in your conference registration or, if you need to pay for your guest(s) separately, add them using the reception only registration form.
Utah State University Special Collections & Archives
Date: Friday, May 12, 2023
No cost. Transportation provided. Select as add-on to conference registration.
Bear River Massacre Site
Date: Saturday, May 13, 2023
According to the Boa Ogoi Cultural Interpretive Center website: "Boa Ogoi or Big River in the native Shoshone language is the name of the massacre of more than 400 Shoshone in Southeast Idaho. It was the single largest loss of Native American life in the history of the country. The new Shoshone Cultural Interpretive Center will be built to honor the enduring spirit of the Shoshone people today." The tour will be led by our keynote speaker Darren Parry. Transportation will be provided. Registration required.
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