The Art Deco Society of California (ADSC) was founded in 1981 by architectural historian Michael Crowe and other preservationists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Its goals are to increase public awareness of the Art Deco era through preservation and promotion of its art, architecture, music, design, and other forms of popular culture.
The mission of CinemaTour is to research and document the locations and histories of cinemas throughout the world. This information will be shared as an educational resource for anyone interested in what makes going to the movies special.
Since 2000, Cinema Treasures has united movie theaters and patrons to build the world’s most comprehensive guide to movie theaters, and help celebrate and preserve the moviegoing experience.
The Clarke is a private non-profit museum, whose mission is the acquisition, preservation and educational display of objects relating to the history of Eureka and Humboldt County, in order to further appreciation of the area's rich and diverse heritage, and in doing so to promote increased visitation to our historic region.
The Eureka Heritage Society was established in 1973 by Eureka citizens who felt local architecture was special and worth preserving. Its mission is to provide leadership, education and advocacy that preserves and enhances Eureka's irreplaceable historic structures and neighborhoods so as to ensure a legacy for future generations.
Since 1947, the Historical Society has worked to preserve original historical materials related to Northern California history. Its purpose is to further an understanding and appreciation of all peoples, places, events, and activities of Humboldt County and related areas.
The League of Historic American Theatres, a non-profit membership association, is a professional network dedicated to sustaining America’s historic theatres for the benefit of their communities and future generations.
The National Film Preservation Board (NFPB) is a federal agency located within the Library of Congress, tasked with selecting films for preservation in the Library of Congress' National Film Registry. The National Film Registry is meant to preserve up to 25 "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant films" each year.
The National Film Preservation Foundation is the nonprofit organization created by the U.S. Congress to help save America's film heritage. The Foundation supports activities nationwide that preserve American films and improve film access for study, education, and exhibition.
NorCAN is dedicated to helping nonprofits achieve their goals and invites everyone to join with other North Coast nonprofits who have come together in the belief that, through collective action, we can have a greater impact in our community, strengthen the nonprofit sector, and improve public policy.
Humboldt County's only full-service music promotion company, Passion Presents was created to fill the pro-audio void and complement the existing infrastructure of our local music scene. Passion Presents works with, not against, other local promoters and sound companies, striving to facilitate a healthy local music scene.
Rediscovered Paper acquires, conserves, and exhibits
original architectural and design drawings that depict the evolving American
landscape from 1900 through 1965. Drawings of all types are welcomed into the collection: conceptual
studies, working drawings and finished presentation drawings.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive is the second largest moving image archive in the United States after the Library of Congress, and the world’s largest university-based media archive.