AMIA

Association of Moving Image Archivists

AMIA Annual Conference

Date: 
4 Dec 2012 to 7 Dec 2012
Location: 
Seattle, Washington, USA

The AMIA Annual Conference provides an opportunity for a diverse array of professionals, students, and friends of the field, to meet, share information and work together through an intensive and cost-effective learning forum for audiovisual preservation and access. For newcomers to this vibrant, dynamic, and committed community, networking with other AMIA members and industry professionals is an invaluable introduction.

Pre-conference workshops provide unique professional development programs at a cost that is highly competitive with comparable regional offerings.

The life cycle of the digital audiovisual asset (DAS 2011)

Date: 
23 Sep 2011
Location: 
Los Angeles, CA, USA

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

"DAS 2011 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 communities. 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.

2011 James A. Lindner Prize

The James A. Lindner Prize is awarded jointly by the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA), the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) and the Southeast Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association (SEAPAVAA), referred to below as "the Associations".

The Prize is awarded to an individual, group of individuals or an organization for research, which by its originality, breath and scope, is having or may have a major impact on the technology of preservation of moving images and recorded sound.

AMIA Annual Conference

Date: 
16 Nov 2011 to 19 Nov 2011
Location: 
Austin, Texas, USA

Join us for AMIA 2011
November 16-19, 2011
Austin, Texas

The Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Annual Conference provides an opportunity for a diverse array of professionals, students, and friends of the field, to meet, share information and work together through an intensive and cost-effective learning forum for audiovisual preservation and access. For newcomers to this vibrant, dynamic, and committed community, networking with other AMIA members and industry professionals is an invaluable introduction.

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