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2018 EYE International Conference

Activating the Archive: Audio-Visual Collections and Civic Engagement, Political Dissent and Societal Change

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 to 29 May 2018
Hosted by EYE Filmmuseum

Early Birds tickets are on sale until Sunday 1 April!

For more information: www.eyefilm.nl/conference

For updates follow the Facebook event: https://goo.gl/D4AaJb


The 2017-2018 academic year marks the fifteenth anniversary of the Master’s in Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image (P&P), a programme of the University of Amsterdam in collaboration with EYE Filmmuseum, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, the Living Media Arts foundation, and others. EYE teams up with the University of Amsterdam and Sound and Vision in organising a special edition of its annual International Conference, to celebrate this milestone.

The conference will serve as a platform for exchange on developments in the fields of audio-visual archiving and presentation. It will consider those developments among others – but not exclusively – from the perspective of those with a connection to the P&P programme. The conference will also be an occasion for P&P alumni to reconnect, and for students and staff of audio-visual archiving and curation programmes worldwide to get in touch and to reflect together on past and future endeavours.

The EYE International Conference 2018 will take place in Amsterdam, from Saturday 26 May to Tuesday 29 May 2018. Participants are also invited to two annual side events: the EYE Collection Day, on Saturday 26 May, and the Open House at the EYE Collection Centre, on Tuesday 29 May.

The conference will be devoted to the following topic: Activating the Archive: Audio-Visual Collections and Civic Engagement, Political Dissent and Societal Change.


We are pleased to announce the attendance of three keynote speakers:

Prof. dr. Thomas Elsaesser (University of Amsterdam and Columbia University, NY)

Prof. dr. Julia Noordegraaf (University of Amsterdam)

Prof. dr. Faye Ginsburg (New York University)


The conference programme committee: 

Giovanna Fossati (EYE/UvA)
Anne Gant (EYE) 
Eef Masson (UvA)

Patricia Pisters (UvA)
Gerdien Smit (EYE)

Erwin Verbruggen (Sound and Vision)


2018 EYE International Conference

Activating the Archive: Audio-Visual Collections and Civic Engagement, Political Dissent and Societal Change

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 to 29 May 2018
Hosted by EYE Filmmuseum

Early Birds tickets are on sale until Sunday 1 April!

For more information: www.eyefilm.nl/conference

For updates follow the Facebook event: https://goo.gl/D4AaJb


The 2017-2018 academic year marks the fifteenth anniversary of the Master’s in Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image (P&P), a programme of the University of Amsterdam in collaboration with EYE Filmmuseum, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, the Living Media Arts foundation, and others. EYE teams up with the University of Amsterdam and Sound and Vision in organising a special edition of its annual International Conference, to celebrate this milestone.

The conference will serve as a platform for exchange on developments in the fields of audio-visual archiving and presentation. It will consider those developments among others – but not exclusively – from the perspective of those with a connection to the P&P programme. The conference will also be an occasion for P&P alumni to reconnect, and for students and staff of audio-visual archiving and curation programmes worldwide to get in touch and to reflect together on past and future endeavours.

The EYE International Conference 2018 will take place in Amsterdam, from Saturday 26 May to Tuesday 29 May 2018. Participants are also invited to two annual side events: the EYE Collection Day, on Saturday 26 May, and the Open House at the EYE Collection Centre, on Tuesday 29 May.

The conference will be devoted to the following topic: Activating the Archive: Audio-Visual Collections and Civic Engagement, Political Dissent and Societal Change.


We are pleased to announce the attendance of three keynote speakers:

Prof. dr. Thomas Elsaesser (University of Amsterdam and Columbia University, NY)

Prof. dr. Julia Noordegraaf (University of Amsterdam)

Prof. dr. Faye Ginsburg (New York University)


The conference programme committee: 

Giovanna Fossati (EYE/UvA)
Anne Gant (EYE) 
Eef Masson (UvA)

Patricia Pisters (UvA)
Gerdien Smit (EYE)

Erwin Verbruggen (Sound and Vision)