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Association of Moving Image Archivists

Deep Focus: A Directory of Moving Image Resources

This is a guest post by Ariel Schudson, Chair of the Access Committee for the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA).
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My name is Ariel Schudson and I am the Chair of the Access Committee for the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA). I wanted to inform you of a fantastic new resource that we have established.

CURATEcamp AVPres

Date: 
19 Apr 2013
Location: 
online

The Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Open Source Committee is happy to announce CURATEcamp: AVPres, an online, video conference-based CURATEcamp, focused specifically on the digital preservation and access needs of audiovisual collections.  The camp will take place on April 19, 2013 from 12pm EST through the day (end time is still TBD).  The sessions will be mostly held online via Google Hangout, with physical sites helping to gather archivist colleagues together locally.

The Lifecycle of a Digital Audiovisual Asset

Date: 
26 Oct 2012
Location: 
Hollywood, CA, USA

The Lifecycle of a Digital Audiovisual Asset
Digital Asset Management in the Real World

DAS 2012 offers in-depth, real world information on an ever-advancing technology. Case studies will offer a broad mix of institutions, providing a unique opportunity to compare approaches in different industries facing the same digital challenges. This real-life approach will bring content creators, caretakers and vendors together to address the realities with which we are all faced, what works in theory, and what works in the real world.

The Reel Thing Technical Symposium

Date: 
23 Aug 2012 to 25 Aug 2012
Location: 
Los Angeles, USA

Dedicated to presenting the latest technologies in audiovisual restoration and preservation. The Reel Thing brings together a unique line up of laboratory technicians, archivists, new media technologists and preservationists.

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