2010-11-12/14 | REIMAGINING THE ARCHIVE: REMAPPING AND REMIXING TRADITIONAL MODELS IN THE DIGITAL ERA

publicado a la‎(s)‎ 25 oct. 2010 6:04 por Lola Fernández Santos   [ actualizado el 14 dic. 2010 3:01 ]
REIMAGINING THE ARCHIVE: REMAPPING AND REMIXING TRADITIONAL MODELS IN THE DIGITAL ERA

Symposium - Screenings - Speakers

November 12?14, 2010

James Bridges Theater ? School of Theater, Film & Television?
University of California, Los Angeles

Digitality has dynamically transformed the role of traditional archives
as repositories for revered, to-be-safeguarded cultural objects. This three-day symposium brings together panels, presentations and screenings by archival professionals, media companies and academics from around the world to provide in-depth analyses of a wide-range of issues related to the role of archives in the digital era.

Guest speakers and featured presentations will include: The Science & Technology Council of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences; Rick Prelinger, archivist; filmmaker Thom Andersen (Los Angeles Plays Itself); Deluxe Archive Solutions and The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson Archives; Digital (In)appropriations, a curated selection of shorts which confront the digital archive; George Feltenstein and the online Warner Archive Collection; more to be announced.

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION RATES AVAILABLE UNTIL OCT 27, 2010

For more information and to register, please visit our Symposium website at: http://polaris.gseis.ucla.edu/reimagining/

Symposium Organized By: UCLA Film & Television Archive, UCLA MA Program in Moving Image Archive Studies and INA (Institut National de l'Audiovisuel, France) and Ina SUP European Centre for Research, Training and Education on Digital Media

With Support From: National Digital Information Infrastructure Preservation Program (NDIIPP), U.S. Library of Congress, UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies and UCLA School of Theater, Film, Television & Digital Media
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