AMIA 2018 is coming up November 28-December 1st in Portland, Oregon.  On Tuesday and Wednesday, there are plenty of pre-conference activities, including workshops, The Reel Thing, and the AMIA/DLF Hack Day ..

*         AMIA/DLF Hack Day<>

*         Archivist's Guide to QuickTime<>
Dave Rice, CUNY
Annie Schweikert, NYU MIAP

*         Cataloging & Mapping Moving Images with PBCore, BIBFRAME, and RDA<>
Randal Luckow, HBO
Rebecca Fraimow, WGBH
Andrea Leigh, Library of Congress
Murray Browne, Turner Broadcasting
Meghan Fitzgerald, NASA

*         Copyright 101 for Moving Image Archivists<>
Casey Davis Kaufman, WGBH
Jessica Fjeld, Berkman Klein Center Cyberlaw Clinic, Harvard Law School

*         Licensing 101 for Moving Image Archivists<>
Casey Davis Kaufman, WGBH
Jenni Matz, Television Academy

*         Small Gauge Projector Maintenance and Repair<>
Taylor McBride, Smithsonian Institution
Dino Everett, USC SCA Hugh M. Hefner Moving Image Archive
Kristin Lipska, San Francisco Symphony
Genevieve Havemeyer-King, Media Preservation Coordinator, New York Public Library
Emily Mercer, Student Co-Chair, AMIA Projection and Technical Presentation Committee

*         Technology Selection and Implementation for Humans<>
Kara Van Malssen, AVP
Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

*         The Reel Thing<>
Grover Crisp, Sony Pictures
Michael Friend, Sony Pictures

More about the conference program and registration information here -<>.