Dear Colleagues,

During the COVID-19 pandemic the professional and academic landscapes
have been drastically transformed. In response, the Association of
Moving Image Archivists’ Continuing Education Advocacy (CEA) Task
Force has programmed a series of Zoom webinars to address critical
issues that have emerged, as well as provide skills necessary in the
transition to working remotely.

Next week’s webinar is titled "The Remote Archivist: Alternative Archival
Workspaces" and will bring together a variety of media archivists who will
speak on accomplishing archival work outside of the traditional setting of
the archive, in addition to working from home.

The Remote Archivist: Alternative Archival Workspaces

Date & Time: Tuesday, October 6th from 10am - 12pm PST/1pm - 3pm EST
Format: presentation and panel discussion


Candace Ming, Media Conservation and Digitization Specialist, National
Museum of African-American History & Culture,
Smithsonian Institution

Jackie Jay, Audiovisual Archivist and Educator, Farallon Archival
Consulting LLC

Siobhan Hagan, Memory Lab Network Project Manager, DC Public Library

Tom Colley, Archive and Collection Manager at Video Data Bank


Annie Schweikert, Digital Archivist, Stanford Libraries

Brianna Toth, Preservation Archivist, Academy Film Archive

Payment for this programming is on a sliding scale from 5$-25$ to
accommodate all
income brackets. No one will be refused registration based on the inability
to pay. To help acknowledge the work our
participants put into these programs, there is also an option to tip
the presenters or make donations to AMIA.

Learn more and register on Eventbrite at:

We invite practitioners of all backgrounds to participate and give
feedback to help us create the best possible educational opportunities
for our community.

If you have any questions, please contact [log in to unmask],
and we hope to see you there!

On behalf of the AMIA Continuing Education Advocacy Task Force,
Zach Rutland