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Biennal Audiovisual Archiving Summer School

Indiana University, Bloomington

13-26 May 2019

Application deadline: February 15, 2019


The school is comprised of lectures, hands on workshops and archival screenings. For more information on the wide array of courses, experts, fees and application instructions visit https://libraries.indiana.edu/bavass2019

The two-week workshop includes comprehensive courses on all topics related to all audio visual archival topics in the field today. The topics for the school include:

  • History of Film Technology
  • Film and AV object conservation
  • Digital Technology Fundamentals
  • Cinema Programming
  • Film projection workshops
  • Film identification and handling workshop
  • Film digitization workshop
  • Film Restoration workshop
  • Digital Preservation
  • Disaster Preparedness and Response
  • Outreach and Pedagogy
  • Copyright
  • Restoration
  • Sound technology and digitization
  • Access
  • TV and video technology
  • Cataloging
  • Open source tools and resources
  • Photograph preservation: hands on workshop
  • Advocacy and archive management
  • DIY small scale digitization
  • Audio digitization workshop
  • Video digitization workshop
  • Transcoding, checksum files workshop
  • Quality control of digitized film, audio and video workshop
  • Metadata creation workshop
  • Freezing deteriorated acetate films, preparation


Have further questions?

Contact us:bavass@indiana.edu

 

Rachael Stoeltje and David Walsh

FIAF Training & Outreach Program

Biennal Audiovisual Archiving Summer School

Indiana University, Bloomington

13-26 May 2019

Application deadline: February 15, 2019


The school is comprised of lectures, hands on workshops and archival screenings. For more information on the wide array of courses, experts, fees and application instructions visit https://libraries.indiana.edu/bavass2019

The two-week workshop includes comprehensive courses on all topics related to all audio visual archival topics in the field today. The topics for the school include:

  • History of Film Technology
  • Film and AV object conservation
  • Digital Technology Fundamentals
  • Cinema Programming
  • Film projection workshops
  • Film identification and handling workshop
  • Film digitization workshop
  • Film Restoration workshop
  • Digital Preservation
  • Disaster Preparedness and Response
  • Outreach and Pedagogy
  • Copyright
  • Restoration
  • Sound technology and digitization
  • Access
  • TV and video technology
  • Cataloging
  • Open source tools and resources
  • Photograph preservation: hands on workshop
  • Advocacy and archive management
  • DIY small scale digitization
  • Audio digitization workshop
  • Video digitization workshop
  • Transcoding, checksum files workshop
  • Quality control of digitized film, audio and video workshop
  • Metadata creation workshop
  • Freezing deteriorated acetate films, preparation


Have further questions?

Contact us:bavass@indiana.edu

 

Rachael Stoeltje and David Walsh

FIAF Training & Outreach Program