Announcing the newly published Latinx Representation in Film Research Guide. This guide is part of the “Cine Latine: Shaping Latino Representation at the Movies” project implemented by Junior Fellows, the Hispanic Reading Room, the National Audio-Visual Conservation Center and others.
The National Audio-Visual Conservation recently restored and displayed its “Sounds of Earth” disc. This disc, also known as the “Voyager Golden Record,” was presented by NASA to the Library of Congress in 1978.
As DC's own Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts concludes yet another landmark year, the Library's own Laura Jenemann traces how some of the LC's own moving image and audio holdings trace the creation and evolution of this great instititution.
One of the many cultural institutions in Washington, D.C. is the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The mission of the Kennedy Center is: “As the nation’s cultural center, and a living memorial to President John F. Kennedy, we are a leader for the arts across America and around the world, reaching and …