During the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023, the Media Preservation Lab was moved out of the University Archives & Historical Collections in Conrad Hall, and into a temporary space in the 3 East wing of the Main Library. Now the lab has moved again, to its new temporary home in the Turfgrass Information Center on 3 West.

The lab’s new space will overlook Beal Gardens

Audiovisual Archivist Matthew Wilcox will be creating spaces in the lab’s new location for the preservation and digitization of sound and moving image media, including audio recordings, video tapes, and motion picture films.

Workflows for audio and video will be assembled soon

If you are interested in seeing the lab, contact Sarah Mainville (mainvil3@msu.edu), and a member of the Media Preservation Unit can show you around.