Todd Leachman
Diane PreslerAlways be learning

San Francisco, CA – The Preservation Access Program (PAP) is our popular, ongoing funding program for artists and small arts organizations seeking to preserve magnetic media in their collections. Thanks to a generous subsidy provided by the National Endowment for the Arts, BAVC Media is able to provide preservation services to successful applicants at heavily discounted rates.

We have just completed selection for our Spring 2017 round of PAP. This, our eighth PAP, received the largest pool of applicants to date. Selection is a terribly difficult task, but we are thrilled to be able to offer our services to some incredible organizations and individuals. We wanted to share this exciting news with our community. The recipients listed below were chosen for both the quality of their application and their willingness to commit to long-term preservation goals.

For more information about the program, check out our PAP information page, or contact BAVC Media’s Preservation Department via email at preservation@bavc.org or by phone at 415.558.2158.

Anthony Cianciolo
Filmmaker
San Francisco, CA

Center for Educational Telecommunications, Inc. (CEM)
Non Profit Telecommunications Organization
Berkeley, CA

Community TV Network
Non Profit Community Media Organization
Chicago, IL

Kartemquin Films
Center for Documentary Filmmakers 
Chicago, IL

Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies (LIMS)
Non Profit Educational Organization
New York, NY

L.O.V.E. Collective
Video Collective
New York, NY

Susan Milano
Individual Artist
New York, NY

Oregon Historical Society
Historical Society
Portland, OR

Patchwork Films
Documentary Film Company
San Francisco, CA

Peter Handel and Bill Fisher
Artists
Portland, OR

People’s Video Theatre/Survival Arts Media
Experimental Television Group
Jamestown, NY

The Poetry Center
University Poetry Center
San Francisco, CA

Rick Tejades Flores
Filmmaker
Emeryville, CA

Videoda
Non Profit Dance Archive
East Charleston, VT

Visual Studies Workshop
Visual Arts Center
Rochester, NY

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Todd Leachman
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