On Friday 23 June Mr Tom Ruller introduces us to his work as State Archivist at the New York State Archives.
In his talk, Mr Ruller will discuss the mission of the New York State Archives, the challenges met in preservering and presenting the colonial government records of the colony of New Netherland to the public, and the Archives’ vision and possibilities of future cooperation with Dutch partners.
Map of New Amsterdam (currently Manhattan, New York City), ca. 1660
Mr Ruller has over 30 years of working experience with cultural heritage organizations throughout New York State. Prior to his current position, Mr Ruller served as Director of Operations for the Office of Cultural Education. For more information about the Mr Ruller’s visit click here.
Date: Friday 23 June 2017
Time: 15:00-16:30 hrs (doors open at 14:30 hrs, afterwards networking opportunity until 17:30 hrs)
Location: DutchCulture, Herengracht 474 in Amsterdam
Admission: free, please register here
NB Please note there is limited seating available at this event.