AHA presents a virtual site visit with Hawaii Mission Houses & Talk Story session with Kelsey Karsin (Curator of Archives & Librarian)
Zoom with us!!
June 4, 2021
3pm – 4pm
Click to register for event
Join the Association of Hawaiʻi Archivists for a virtual tour and talk story with Kelsey Karsin, the Curator of Archives & Librarian of the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives and one of AHA’s newest Board Members. Zoom from the comfort of your space and discover the collections, resources, and exciting happenings at HMH! To keep it a little more cozy, we are limiting the space to 25 individuals. Be sure to click the link and register via Eventbrite to reserve your spot today and receive the zoom login information. We look forward to touring with you.
Please email Hawaiiarchivists@gmail.com if you have any questions!!
Kelsey Karsin is currently the Curator of Archives/Librarian at the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives. Having started the job in May 2020, Kelsey enjoys learning about all of the amazing collections that the archives hold. Before working at the Mission Houses, Kelsey worked as Office Registrar at the Honolulu Museum of Art School from 2012-2018. In 2018, Kelsey decided to go to grad school to pursue a career in library/archival studies. During her time in grad school, she completed a remote internship with the Button Museum in Chicago. She holds a B.F.A. in printmaking from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and an M.L.I.S. from San Jose State University.