Suite 201 - 301 Sixth Street
New Westminster, British Columbia
CA V3L 3A7
The Artefactual Archives is a non-existent archives collecting the records of Artefactual Systems.
Artefactual Archives is a ficticious institution based on the real Artefactual Systems, an open source development company serving the cultural heritage sector based in New Westminster, BC, Canada.
To collect and document the operations of Artefactual and the projects it manages.
For more information on our team, see https://www.artefactual.com/team
Artefactual Archives collects records related to the creation and maintenance of its two primary open source projects, AtoM (Access to Memory) and Archivematica, as well as the internal records of the company itself and its team.
One non-existent archival castle
Total Volume: Approximately 500 linear meters of textual records and other materials, including 274,500 photographs, 36 video webinar records, 92 slide decks, and other conference ephemera. Our two primary fonds are the AtoM fonds and the Archivematica fonds.
See the AtoM User, Administrator, and Developer Manuals, all found at https://www.accesstomemory.org/latest/docs/
9am-5pm Mondays to Fridays
Closed on weekends and statutory holidays.
We provide public reference services via the AtoM and Archivematica user forums
No services are provided, but all materials are released under open licenses
No public facilities.
Description created by Dan Gillean on February 02, 2017
Last updated by Dan Gillean, January 03, 2018.