ARSC

Association for Recorded Sound Collections

56th annual ARSC Conference

Date: 
18 May 2022 to 21 May 2022
Location: 
Online

The 56th annual ARSC Conference will be held virtually, May 18-21, 2022.

The virtual conference will include live presentations in an online
conference platform, and recorded presentations made available for on-demand
viewing in the Aviary online platform.

More conference information will be posted at:
http://www.arsc-audio.org/conference.html  

Don't forget the upcoming conference-related deadlines:

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What’s Up with DAT?: A Discussion on Digital Audio Tape

Date: 
3 Nov 2021
Location: 
online
 
What’s Up with DAT?: A Discussion on Digital Audio Tape
 
The Digital Audio Tape (DAT) format presents many preservation concerns, stemming from its physically fragile nature, complex playback mechanisms, and digital capture strategies. This webinar panel will survey cases, methods, and discussions among audio engineers and technicians who have strategies for tackling problems with DAT.

Critical Cataloging: Identifying and Dismantling Bias in Description

Date: 
14 Jan 2021
Location: 
online
Critical Cataloging: Identifying and Dismantling Bias in Description
Treshani Perera will discuss her experience incorporating critical cataloging principles as part of cataloging/metadata work, and provide examples and strategies for prioritizing diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in description. Non-catalogers and/or metadata librarians are welcome to attend.

ARSC Virtual Conference 2021

Date: 
12 May 2021 to 15 May 2021
Location: 
online

The Association for Recorded Sound Collections invites proposals for
presentations, posters, and panels at its 55th annual conference, to be held
virtually, May 13-15, 2021.

Recognizing that the online platform for the 2021 conference offers
opportunities for global participation, we invite sound recording
historians, collectors, preservationists, and creators to engage on a broad
range of topics that cross geographic, cultural, and collection boundaries.

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