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Subject:

Fwd: Invitation: workshop on newest preservation techniques designed for libraries and museums

From:

Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>

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Beryl Graham <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 14 Apr 2009 13:08:13 +0100

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> Begin forwarded message:
>
>> From: Aurélie Besson CIANT <[log in to unmask]>
>> Date: 8 April 2009 14:00:36 GMT+00:00
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: Invitation: workshop on newest preservation techniques  
>> designed for libraries and museums
>>
>>
>> Dear Madam/Sir,
>>
>>  We are organising an international training on preservation and  
>> archiving that will certainly interest your students, colleagues and  
>> library staff. We are a non profit organisation supported by MEDIA  
>> training program of European Commission.
>>
>>  We will be happy if you decide to participate. We would greatly  
>> appreciate if you could please recommend this event to your  
>> colleagues and students, or just to post them to the university  
>> contact lists or to publish the info on the university website, or  
>> forward this email to the university PR.
>>
>>  Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
>>
>>  Thank you in advance for your kind help and time.
>>
>>  Best regards,
>>
>>  Aurelie Besson
>>  CIANT
>>
>>
>> TRANSISTOR
>>
>> Workshop on Preservation designed for libraries and museums
>> Supported by the MEDIA Training Programme of the European Union.
>>
>> An exceptional opportunity to meet with international leaders in the  
>> fields of preservation and archiving!
>>  
>>
>> CIANT_International Centre for Art and New Technologies in  
>> collaboration with FAMU presents:
>>
>> Preservation techniques and methodologies for digital and audiovisual  
>> records
>>  Prague, Czech Republic
>>  May 20-23, 2009
>>
>> Among the speakers:
>> 	• 	Richard Wright from BBC (UK)
>> 	• 	Dalit Naor from IBM (Israel)
>> 	• 	Richard Rinehard from the UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film  
>> Archive (USA)
>> 	• 	Don Foresta, from MARCEL, Research artist and theoretician in art  
>> (USA/France)
>> 	• 	and other lecturers from 7 countries
>>
>>
>> DEADLINE TO APPLY: 15th April 2009 (please contact us if you need  
>> more time)
>>  Limited number of participants :18
>>  
>>
>> more information:  
>> transistor.ciant.cz                                                    
>>     
>>
>> Video of previous TransISTor:  
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wca-B8olJqo
>>  
>>
>>  
>>
>> What do you do to preserve your organisation’s digital and AV records?
>>
>> With the world wide growth of digital information we as a people now  
>> have a new problem, there is a mass of data that must be stored and  
>> interpreted permanently. There is a strong risk that we will lose a  
>> good deal of our data, both that which is digital and that which is  
>> not yet digitalized.
>>
>> Today many of our processes become obsolete quickly and are replaced  
>> by new storage process, so that we need numerous systems to access  
>> all our old data. How well we can access our legacy of data will have  
>> important consequences in our organization’s ability to retain our  
>> information capital as well as our Human cultural heritage.
>>
>> Currently new techniques of archiving and retrieving of audiovisual  
>> records are being developed and are resulting in new methods for the  
>> retention of capital of audiovisual information and the preservation  
>> and access of films, videos and interactive media.
>>  
>>  
>>
>> Among the lecturers:
>>
>> Richard Wright (UK): Senior Researcher, BBC Research and Development
>>  BBC project manager on European Commission projects PrestoPRIME  
>> (digital audiovisual preservation) and PrestoSpace (audiovisual  
>> preservation technology for Europe).
>> www.bbcarchive.org.uk
>>
>> Richard Rinehard (USA): Digital Media Director at the UC Berkeley Art  
>> Museum/Pacific Film Archive in California
>> He is Associate Director for Public Programs of the Berkeley Center  
>> for New Media and is a new media artist. Richard has exhibited his  
>> art at Exit Art in New York and elsewhere; curated digital art  
>> exhibitions for the Berkeley Art Museum, New Langton Arts in San  
>> Francisco, and others; and he has taught digital art at UC Berkeley  
>> and beyond.
>> www.coyoteyip.com
>>
>> Don Foresta (USA/FR): Research artist and theoretician in art
>>  He is using new technologies as creative tools specializing in the  
>> network as an artistic space. He is now a Visiting Research Associate  
>> at the London School of Economics and professor at the Ecole  
>> Nationale Supérieure d’Arts - Paris/Cergy. He has been working for  
>> over 25 years developing the network as an artistic tool and is  
>> presently coordinating a permanent high band-width network, MARCEL,  
>> for artistic, educational and cultural experimentation.
>> www.donforesta.net, www.mmmarcel.org
>>  
>>
>> Contact us: "transistor2009[AT]ciant[DOT]cz" or:
>>
>>  CIANT_International Centre for Art and New Technologies
>>  Kubelíkova 27
>>  130 00 Praha 3
>> www.ciant.cz
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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In April, we're copy-editing the MIT Book, so may be a little slow to  
reply to emails .

Beryl Graham, Professor of New Media Art
School of Arts, Design, Media and Culture, University of Sunderland
Ashburne House, Ryhope Road
Sunderland
SR2 7EE
Tel: +44 191 515 2896    Fax: +44 191 515 2132
Email: [log in to unmask]

CRUMB web resource for new media art curators
http://www.crumbweb.org

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