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Calendar of Forthcoming Training Events

This calendar lists all known forthcoming training events in the audiovisual archiving field, all around the world. The information it contains is taken from the CCAAA website. Should you want to add a training event to the calendar, please visit this page.

Calendar of Forthcoming Training Events

This calendar lists all known forthcoming training events in the audiovisual archiving field, all around the world. The information it contains is taken from the CCAAA website. Should you want to add a training event to the calendar, please visit this page.

Date
Event
Location
24-26 October 2017
Webinar: The Fundamentals of Copyright (Series of 2)
The webinar will begin at an introductory level—offering a basic discussion of copyright law, the public domain, and the implications for collections. The second webinar will be a “deep dive” into some of the broad concepts that are presented in Session 1.
Registration Deadline: 23 October 2017
24-26 October 2017
Webinar: The Fundamentals of Copyright (Series of 2)
Organized by: AMIA/NEDCC
Online
,

All too often researchers look to archivists and librarians for information regarding complex copyright law and fair use policies. This two-part webinar course aims to arm library and information professionals with a working knowledge of concepts relating to copyright and intellectual property, specifically as they relate to audiovisual collections, which present particular challenges. The webinar will begin at an introductory level—offering a basic discussion of copyright law, the public domain, and the implications for collections. The second webinar will be a “deep dive” into some of the broad concepts that are presented in Session 1. Issues such as creator and transfer rights and open access will be addressed. No previous knowledge of copyright law is required. Session 1 will be taught by Hope O’Keeffe, Associate General Counsel at the Library of Congress and Session 2 will be taught by Greg Cram, Associate Director of Copyright and Information Policy at the New York Public Library.

30 October - 02 November 2017
AMIA Film Projection Workshop
Small group and one-on-one training for projectionists working with 35mm film, especially with archival and rare prints.
Registration Deadline: 26 October 2017
Boston
,
USA
30 October - 02 November 2017
AMIA Film Projection Workshop
Organized by: AMIA
Boston Light & Sound
,
Boston
,
USA
Contact:   amia@amianet.org 

AMIA and Boston Light & Sound, in partnership with The Film Foundation, is offering a three day Intermediate Projection Workshop training projectionists and staff presenting 35mm film in theaters – Oct 30-Nov 1, 2017 in Boston.


This is a unique opportunity for small group and one-on-one training for projectionists working with 35mm film, especially with archival and rare prints.  Boston Light & Sound is the recognized leader in film projection and by hosting the workshop at their facility, instructors will be able to offer customized training.


This three-day intermediate workshop is intended for projectionists with a good understanding of the operation of a film projector.  Attendees should feel comfortable with threading and light maintenance before attending the Workshop.


The workshop curriculum will -



  • Assess and reinforce correct techniques and projection skills

  • Provide adequate, small-group and one-on-one training in the areas of proper projection maintenance and configuration

  • Provide an understanding of the history and context of film projection

  • Provide an understanding of proper presentation and showmanship


Class size will be limited to 12 projectionists to allow for the hand-on training.  The workshop will be held at Boston, Light & Sound at their facility in Boston.


www.ProjectionWorkshop.org


 

02 November 2017
Webinar: Storage of Audiovisual Collections
An introduction and overview of best storage practices. It will identify appropriate packing and storage containers and include a detailed discussion of proper environmental standards.
02 November 2017
Webinar: Storage of Audiovisual Collections
Organized by: AMIA/NEDCC
Online
,
Contact:   amia@amianet.org 

Many audiovisual and moving image collections are at risk due to their material instability and the ever-growing issue of technological obsolescence. While reformatting is a valuable tool for both preservation and access, preserving the original objects nevertheless remains important. Perhaps the most important action that archivists can take to guarantee the long-term preservation of audiovisual objects is to ensure that they are held in the proper storage conditions. This webinar provides an introduction and overview of best storage practices. It will identify appropriate packing and storage containers and include a detailed discussion of proper environmental standards. Formats covered during the webinar will include magnetic tape, motion picture film, and photographs. It is suitable for both new and experienced professionals and will be taught by Jean-Louis Bigourdan, Senior Research Scientist at the Image Permanence Institute.

06-10 November 2017
FRAME training session 2
FRAME training session 2 is dedicated to the innovative uses of digital contents, metadata and rights management.
Hilversum
,
Netherlands
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06-10 November 2017
FRAME training session 2
Organized by: Ina, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
The Netherlands Institute for Sound and VIsion, Hilversum
,
Hilversum
,
Netherlands

November 6 to 10, 2017


FRAME training course session 2


Session 2 is dedicated to the innovative uses of digital contents, metadata and rights management.


Organized by: Ina, the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, FIAT-IFTA, Creative Europe Programme, Eurovision Academy


Location : The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum


http://www.ina-expert.com/news/frame-training-course-session-2-november-6-to-10-2017.html


Contact: frame@ina.fr


Deadline for registration: October 1, 2017 (Deadline to apply for scholarship: September 1, 2017)


What is session 2 about ?
Innovative uses of digital contents, metadata and rights management

Provisional schedule
DAY 1: Participants' projects presentation and exchanges between participants and tutors
DAY 2: Managing data
DAY 3: Legal framework
DAY 4: Workshops on digital archives platforms designing
DAY 5: Tour of Dutch institutions dealing with audiovisual archiving


What is FRAME ?


• A training course on audiovisual archives management, organized by Ina and Sound and vision, in the framework of the Creative Europe program, in partnership with FIATIFTA and Eurovision.
• An itinerant approach aiming, every year, at opening to participants the doors of different European institutions dealing with audiovisual heritage preservation and promotion.
• Two sessions of one week each, addressing different issues.


 

06 November 2017
La pellicule substandard : reconnaître, dater, traiter, numériser, conserver
Formation courte en français pour archives françaises et francophones
Veyrier-du-Lac
,
France
06 November 2017
La pellicule substandard : reconnaître, dater, traiter, numériser, conserver
Organized by: Cinémathèque des Payts de Savoie et de l'Ain / FIAF
Cinémathèque des Pays de Savoie et de l'Ain
,
Veyrier-du-Lac
,
France

Suite à des demandes de formation émanant de plusieurs cinémathèques du réseau de la Fédération française des cinémathèques et archives de films de France (FCAFF), la FIAF a décidé de s’associer à ce réseau pour soutenir une série d’ateliers thématiques répondant aux besoins spécifiques des institutions demandeuses, et ouverts aux membres des réseaux FIAF, FCAFF et Inédits. La première formation, assurée par l’expert suisse Reto Kromer, aura lieu les 6 et 7 novembre prochains dans les locaux de la Cinémathèque des Pays de Savoie et de l’Ain. Les ateliers suivants seront annoncés sous peu.


Formation : La pellicule substandard : reconnaître, dater, traiter, numériser, conserver.
Dates : du 6 novembre au matin au 7 novembre à 12h30.
Durée : 1,5 jours
Langue : français


Lieu : Cinémathèque des Pays de Savoie et de l’Ain - 12bis route d’Annecy 74290 Veyrier-du-Lac - France
Cette formation à destination des membres des cinémathèques et archives de film souhaite faire le point sur les formats de pellicule substandards afin d’être à même d’identifier les pellicules, de les dater, de reconnaître avec quel matériel elles ont été filmées afin de pouvoir ainsi les traiter, les numériser et les conserver au mieux.


5 places disponibles.
Apporter un ordinateur portable par stagiaire en ayant installé préalablement ffmpeg et mediainfo.
Formation gratuite - frais de déplacement et hébergement-restauration à la charge du stagiaire.
Réservation : contact@letelepherique.org / 33 (0)4 50 23 51 09


Formation proposée dans le cadre du projet EntreLACS au sein du programme de coopération territoriale européenne INTERREG V France-Suisse - Fonds européen de développement régional, avec le soutien de la FIAF

09 November 2017
An Introduction to Moving Image Metadata
Learn the requirements of descriptive metadata and how it is used with audiovisual assets in the UK
London
,
UK
09 November 2017
An Introduction to Moving Image Metadata
Organized by: British Universities Film and Video Council
Learning on Screen
,
London
,
UK

You’ll be introduced to different schemas for moving image metadata and descriptive metadata, and learn to map metadata across different systems with practical exercises. We’ll highlight the value of ontology, and focus on ‘metadata in practice’, looking at pragmatic approaches to metadata and management systems.


Target audience:


Film and TV archivists and senior archivists
Archivists and cataloguers in production companies
University librarians, learning resources officers and IT managers responsible for moving image content

23 June - 14 July 2018
2018 Film Restoration / FIAF Summer School
Since 2007, the Cineteca di Bologna, in collaboration with FIAF and the ACE, has been promoting and hosting the FIAF Film Restoration Summer School in its highly specialized state-of-the-art laboratory, L’Immagine Ritrovata.
Bologna
,
Italy
23 June - 14 July 2018
2018 Film Restoration / FIAF Summer School
Organized by: L'Immagine Ritrovata, Cineteca bi Bologna, FIAF, ACE
L'immagine Ritrovata, Bologna
,
Bologna
,
Italy

The aim of this School is to foster a shared knowledge in the field for current and future generations and film archives worldwide. Selected participants will experience hands-on the work of actual restoration professionals. They will also meet restoration experts from all over the world, as well as L'Immagine Ritrovata and Cineteca di Bologna staff.


The FIAF Film Restoration Summer School is aimed at specialists, film archive staff and students. During the participant selection process, priority will be given to those working in FIAF and ACE member institutions.


More information on the 2018 School available soon.

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