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Sustaining Sound and Image Collections - International SOIMA course 2017

Conceived within the framework of ICCROM’s SOIMA programme, the advanced workshop is tailored to address the challenges of collecting, preserving and using (and reusing) sound, still, and moving image content within the broader context of rapidly changing technology and shrinking resources. It will focus on collection management issues in different institutional contexts that are unique to these types of materials.

Sustaining Sound and Image Collections

Date: 
9 Jul 2017 to 23 Jul 2017
Location: 
Accra, Ghana

INTERNATIONAL SOIMA COURSE 2017

Sustaining Sound and Image Collections

THE WORKSHOP
ICCROM and the Institute of African Studies, University of Ghana

When: July 9 to 23, 2017
Where: Accra, Ghana

plans for new Rwandan archive to preserve AV history

Plans to establish a national archive centre in Kigali, to preserve the country's important audiovisual history are in advanced stages. The Minister for Sports and Culture, Joseph Habineza has revealed.

"For instance today we have Gacaca documents which we need to store properly. These will be digitalised as part of the national archive and we will also work with Rwanda Broadcasting Agency (RBA) to ensure that the audiovisual archives are properly stored," he added.

Early Bird Reminder - IASA Conference, Cape Town, 5-9 October 2014

Greetings all,

This is a friendly reminder that:

Early Bird Registration is ending 31 August for the IASA Annual Conference, "Connecting Cultures: Content, Context, and Collaboration", held 5-9 October 2014 in Cape Town South Africa.

http://2014.iasa-web.org/registration

Don’t miss this opportunity for significant savings! Register now and ensure your place at this gathering of the best and brightest from the sound and audiovisual archival community.

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