Screening the Future is a two-day conference with a focus on the preservation of digital media.This international conference brings together leaders in the fields of technology and research and those with a strategic responsibility for digitisation and digital preservation in the creative and cultural industries. The conference aims to navigate participants through current case studies and the latest thinking on standards and planning for the digital preservation of audiovisual assets.
Screening the Future 2013
May 7-8, London, Tate Modern.
- Artists and Art Museums
- Music and Sound Archives
- Video Production and Post-Production
- Footage Sales
- Film Production and Collection
- Personal collections.
“Meet someone you don’t know – with problems you do know”
Key Topics of the conference include:
- Sector-based responses to the changing technological nature of media assets in our collections and archives
- Sector-based trends in preservation technology
- Institutional responses to how collection and preservation mandates are realised and stretched by the digital
- Media preservation as a sound investment; new methodologies for valuing our media assets
- The psychology of preservation; our motivations and dynamics in practice
- Maintaining a vision in a culture of operational alliances and partnerships
- Acknowledging and advocating for difference; understanding the impact of sector-based and institutional distinction on preservation strategies and solutions
Featured Speakers include:
- Matthew Addis (Arkivum Ltd.)
- Sam Gustman (USC Digital Repository and Shoah Foundation)
- Rob Hummel (Group 47, LLC.)
- Michael Moon (GISTICS Inc.)
- Kara van Malssen (AudioVisual Preservation Solutions)
- Mark Schubin (SMPTE Fellow)
- John Zubrzycki – conference chair (British Broadcasting Corporation)
The Early Bird Registration for the Screening the Future 2013 Conference has been extended until April 15. Don’t miss your last chance to benefit from this discount and register now at http://2013.
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