The UGA Libraries will host the 43rd annual meeting of SEMLA, the Southeast chapter of the Music Library Association Inc., Oct. 29-31 at the Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries.
Music specialists from academic and public libraries as well as archives all over the southeastern U.S. will gather to discuss digital preservation of local performances, the personal collection of former riverboat pilot and folk musician John Hartford and John B. Vaughan, composer and publisher of gospel music in Athens.
Registration information is available at http://tinyurl.com/ow4qekp. The early registration rate of $45 is available through Sept. 28.
SEMLA is dedicated to promoting the establishment, use and growth of music libraries and collections of music materials in the Southeast. It provides a forum for the exchange of ideas about all aspects of work with music materials in libraries.