Translation as an Art: How to Get Your Work in a Museum

By The ATA Chronicle | January 28, 2021

Museums have evolved from rather stuffy places to lively multimedia experiences with exhibitions on anything from art and photography to fashion, film, and music. Here are some examples of the types of projects you might encounter when working for museums, including some challenges you’re likely to face.

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Should I Market My Translation or Interpreting Services on Social Media?

By The ATA Chronicle | November 20, 2020

Translators and interpreters raise this question pretty frequently. But here’s the thing. If you’re planning to market your business on social media, keep in mind that it’s a long-term strategy. The more you show up and the more authentically you engage, the more you’ll get out of the social media platform(s) you choose for your business.

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Preparing Documents for Translation

By The ATA Chronicle | September 16, 2020

Preparing documents for translation should never become a luxury we cannot afford or a casualty of tight deadlines or budgets.

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ATA61 Goes Virtual

By The ATA Chronicle | July 20, 2020

From the President-Elect Madalena Sánchez Zampaulo Twitter: @mszampaulo This year we’ve all been met with a lot of uncertainty. As president-elect and Annual…

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Dealing with Uncertain Times

By The ATA Chronicle | May 11, 2020

By the time you have this issue in your hands, things may or may not have gotten back to normal after a very difficult…

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Bring Your “A” Game to Video Game Localization

By The ATA Chronicle | March 13, 2020

Video games require translators to take so much more than the translatable text into account. Video game localization is a target-oriented translation and its goal is to entertain.

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Profile of ATA 2019 School Outreach Contest Winner: Denise Fisher

By The ATA Chronicle | January 16, 2020

When ATA Member Denise Fisher was invited to speak to graduate students in a Japanese interpreting class at the University of Michigan, she had no idea that her experience would eventually lead to a fee registration to ATA’s Annual Conference in Palm Springs.

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A Multidisciplinary Team of Linguistic Athletes

By The ATA Chronicle | November 12, 2019

In 2013, Lima, Peru, was chosen as the host city of the XVIII Pan American and Sixth Parapan American Games, the largest international multidisciplinary sports event in the Americas and the second most important in the Olympic and Paralympic circuit in the world. Find out what it’s like to be part of a team providing translation and interpreting services at a high-level sporting event.

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ATA at the New York Rights Fair and Book Expo

By The ATA Chronicle | September 17, 2019

As chair of ATA’s Public Relations Committee, I’m always on the lookout for ways ATA can promote its members and educate potential client industries…

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From the President: Palm Springs, Here We Come!

By The ATA Chronicle | July 16, 2019

Getting ready for ATA60 in Palm Springs!

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ATA at the ELIA Together Conference in Barcelona, Spain

By The ATA Chronicle | May 28, 2019

In February 2019 I had the pleasure of representing ATA at the European Language Industry Association (ELIA) Together conference in Barcelona, Spain. (ATA was…

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ATA at Lenguas 2019 in Mexico City

By The ATA Chronicle | March 8, 2019

In January, just as the U.S. was being hit by extremely low temperatures, I had the pleasure of heading to sunny Mexico City to…

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