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Upcoming Events at HARC
upcoming events 2018

The above is the programme of events coming up at the Highland Archive Centre from April – June 2018. On Monday April 23rd, High Life Highland and UHI are co-hosting a free study day in collaboration with the First World War Centenary Partnership, led by Imperial War Museums, Gateways to the First World War, Living… Read more »Read more

Clan Chattan and the Jacobites
Clan Chattan Poster 3

To coincide with commemorations at Culloden Battlefield, Highland Archive Centre is delighted to host a special display on Saturday 14th April 1pm – 4pm. Open to everyone, we welcome you to come and view records relating to Jacobite activity in the Highlands and documents including various names found within Clan Chattan. No booking is required. This… Read more »Read more

Easter Public Holiday Closure
Archive Centre Easter closure

The Highland Archive Centre will be closed on Friday 30th March and Monday 2nd April. We will re-open on Tuesday 3rd April at 10amRead more

Successful Doors Open Day 2017
Doors Open Day 2017 Featured

We had a very successful Doors Open Day 2017 on Saturday, 2nd September welcoming 117 visitors through our doors to enjoy a taste of what’s on offer in archives. There was advice from our conservation and family history experts, behind-the-scene tours, display of historic Highland sporting material from Am Baile (the Highland History & Culture… Read more »Read more

Autumn/Winter Season at the Highland Archive Centre
Highland Archive Centre, Inverness

We’ve got a wide variety of exciting events coming up for our Autumn/Winter season at the Highland Archive Centre: Associationalism, Empire and the Archive of the Caledonian Societies of Kenya and Zanzibar (Public Lecture) 80 Years of Broadcasting the Camanachd (illustrated talk) Voices through the Centuries (dramatic monologue readings and display of original archives) Salvona the… Read more »Read more

Door Open Day at the Highland Archive Centre, 2nd Sept 2017
Doors Open Day 2017 Poster

We’re excited to be participating in Doors Open Days again this year – pop in any time on Saturday 2nd September, between 11am-4pm, to see a display of archives from the collections or book on one of the three behind-the-scenes guided tours. Tour times: 11:30am, 1pm and 2.30pm (maximum of 20 people per tour). Please… Read more »Read more

Conservation Open Day, 24 August 2017
Conservation Open Day 24 August 2017

High Life Highland Conservation Service offers a range of services, advice and training. We specialise in: Conservation, stabilisation, cleaning, re-construction and repair of archaeological and historic artefacts including ceramics, metals, wood and organic materials. Bookbinding and repair of volumes, parchment, paper, seals, maps, plans and photographs. Advice on suitable packaging including custom-made boxes and folders,… Read more »Read more

Nicol/Macbain Family Reunion Group
Nicol-Macbain Reunion Group Friday 7 July 2017 (1)

On Friday 7th July 2017 we were delighted to welcome members of the Nicol/Macbain Family Reunion Group to the Highland Archive Centre. Over the course of their visit the group enjoyed a talk by Family Historian, Anne Fraser, and a behind the scenes tour led by Archivist, Christine Wood. There was also an exhibition of… Read more »Read more

‘ArchI’ve Preserved and Conserved’ at House of Lords
Richard Aitken at ArchI’ve Preserved and Conserved June 2017

On Tuesday 27th June 2017, Richard Aitken ACR, Senior Conservator at the Highland Archive Centre, attended the launch of Archi’ved, Preserved and Conserved. The Archi’ve Preserved and Conserved awareness campaign took place with kind permission at the House of Lords, and was sponsored by the co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Archives and History, Lord Clark… Read more »Read more

Augsburg Student Work Exchange Visit
Augsburg Students at the Highland Archive Centre May 2017 (2)

What a great fortnight we had in May with Michael Wunderle and Jennifer Zeuke (pictured above), and Andre Macho and Nicole Ryvkin (pictured below) who were all taking part in The Highland Council’s Augsburg Work Exchange Visit. The students are apprentices studying Business Administration in Augsburg, Germany. They are just four of twenty exchange students on the two-week placement… Read more »Read more