November 17-19 | Online
AMIA 2021 starts tomorrow! Hope to see you there!
Thirty five sessions including the launch of the Academy's Digital Preservation Forum, true crime and local television, and inclusive metadata. Nine visions of 2035, four tours, three keynotes, happy hour with Center for Home Movies, Trivia, a Friday double feature, and even a virtual photo booth<http://www.amiaconference.net/visit-the-virtual-photo-booth/>!
Three Keynotes -
* AMIA 2021 will open with a Keynote discussion of Environmentally Sustainable Preservation<http://www.amiaconference.net/keynote-environmentally-sustainable-preservation/> with Linda Tadic, Founder/CEO of Digital Bedrock, and Henry Newman, CTO for Seagate Government Solutions, moderated by Tre Berney, Director of Digitization and Conservation at Cornell University Library.
* A Plea for a Global Approach to Audiovisual Heritage<http://www.amiaconference.net/keynote-a-plea-for-a-global-approach-to-audiovisual-heritage/> with Giovanna Fossati, Chief Curator at Eye Filmmuseum (Amsterdam) is Thursday's Keynote.
* On Friday, a Keynote Conversation with Julie Dash and Jacqueline Stewart<http://www.amiaconference.net/a-keynote-conversation-with-julie-dash-and-jacqueline-stewart/> about the importance of representation in storytelling, and of preserving and providing access to African American film history and images.
Archival Screening Night
The second Archival Screening Night Roadshow will premiere during the conference on Thursday, November 18, 2021. Conference attendees will have access to ASN online, but the ASN Roadshow will also be in-person<http://www.amiaconference.net/asn-premiere-november-18th/> and we hope it will be at a location near you!
A chance to check out what's new, hear lightning talks, see tech talks. You can see the booths in the Pavilion during the conference and revisit them on the conference website after the conference.
Take a virtual tour!
* Brown Media Archives & Peabody Awards Collection
* George Eastman Museum's South Asian Cinema Vault
* Vinegar Syndrome
* Albanian National Film Archive
Visions 2035: The Environment and the Archive
The year is 2035, how have archives and content managers moved to reduce their environmental impact in the face of climate change
and the introduction of new technologies? Visions 2035 is the second installment in a continuing series of talks by thought leaders looking to the future of our profession.
+ Sessions, Roundtables, Meetings, and more!
As always, a huge thank you to our partners and sponsors - Iron Mountain Entertainment Services, PRO-TEK Vaults, Visual Data Media Services, Tuscan Archival, Prasad Corporation, Digital Film Technology, Digital Bedrock, Aviary, Kodak, NBCUniveral Post, Company 3, Imagica/Cine-Keep 2, and Tuscan Archival!
November 17-19 | Online
AMIA is a nonprofit, international association committed to the preservation and use of moving image media. An Association of professional media archivists, AMIA brings together a broad range of experts and institutions in a single forum to address the best ways to preserve our media heritage.