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SEAPAVAA 2018 Closing panel

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Through a new Audiovisual Think Tank, visionary experts in the AV cultural heritage sector are working together to map out our shared strategic priorities and put into place a research and action agenda to shape the coming decade. The AV Think Tank looks to represent major AV archives and digital cultural heritage professionals from across the globe and closely connects these key players to work collectively at the forefront of the sector in consultation with the wider community. Initiated and actively supported by Sound and Vision, the AV Think Tank aims to lay the groundwork for an AV archiving sector that enables more long-term use of, learning with, and education through AV materials.

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SEAPAVAA 2018 Closing panel

  1. 1. Johan Oomen Research and Development Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision @johanoomen Defining an Innovation Agenda for Audiovisual Archivists and Cultural Heritage Professionals
  2. 2. Content needs to be visible to be valuable
  3. 3. “It’s about what you do with your collections”
  4. 4. “Conversation is king. Content is just something to talk about.” ― Cory Doctorow
  5. 5. • audiovisual communication is the dominant form of media today and the audiovisual archive lies at its heart. • interest in material for research, entertainment, inspiration… • more and more producers and the need for curation • knowledge about organising collections • digital archives connected and share same information space. • new user groups • new forms of collaboration • more insight in how archives are used The potential
  6. 6. • audiovisual communication is the dominant form of media today and the audiovisual archive lies at its heart. • interest in material for research, entertainment, inspiration… • more and more producers and the need for curation • knowledge about organising collections • digital archives connected and share same information space. • new user groups • new forms of collaboration • more insight in how archives are used The potential …more Americans prefer to watch their news (46%) than to read it (35%) or listen to it (17%).
  7. 7. • audiovisual communication is the dominant form of media today and the audiovisual archive lies at its heart. • interest in material for research, entertainment, inspiration… • more and more producers and the need for curation • knowledge about organising collections • digital archives connected and share same information space. • new user groups • new forms of collaboration • more insight in how archives are used The potential
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  11. 11. http://radio.garden
  12. 12. different layers: Live feeds Archive Jingles Stories http://radio.garden
  13. 13. http://www.themindoftheuniverse.org/
  14. 14. …what are the key challenges?
  15. 15. …how can we meet the challenges of the future? Collectively.
  16. 16. Libraries
  17. 17. Innovation in Cultural Heritage Research For an integrated European Research Policy Research and Innovation March 2018 Experimental Culture A horizon scan commissioned by Arts Council England Summary report and provocations Under embargo until 00∶01 Thursday 15 March 2018 ReACHReproduction of Art and Cultural Heritage in partnership with Museums
  18. 18. NEM Position on Next Generation Internet (January 2018 – by NEM NGI Working Group) The publication has been supported by the Vital Media project, which initiated creation of the NEM Working Group on Next Generation Internet - NGI, contributed to its content, gathered inputs to the publication from the NEM Initiative community, followed up the publication approval process, coordinated all related activities, and consolidated all version of the publication. VITAL MEDIA is a support action project under the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Union – number: 688310 – project duration: June 2016 – May 2018. Media
  19. 19. Audiovisual Think Tank Bill Thompson, BBC, Head of Partnership Development, Archive Development & Partnership Lead, Make It Digital Erwin Verbruggen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Project Lead R&D Giovanna Fossati,  EYE Film Institute Netherlands, Chief Curator & University of Amsterdam, Professor of Film Heritage and Digital Film Culture Johan Oomen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Manager, Research & Development Louise Broch, DR Arkiv (Danmarks Radio /Danish Broadcasting Corporation), Information Specialist Dr Phang Lai Tee, National Archives of Singapore, Deputy Director, an institution of the National Library Board Paul Gerhardt, BFI, Director of Education Pelle Snickars, Umeå University, Professor of Media & Communication Studies Peter B. Kaufman, Intelligent Television, Founder and Executive Producer & MIT Office of Digital Learning, Research Affiliate Rachael Stoeltje, Indiana University Bloomington, Director, Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive Richard Ranft, The British Library, Head of Sound & Vision Tony Ageh, New York Public Library, Chief Digital Officer William Uricchio, MIT, Professor of Comparative Media Studies and Principal Investigator Open Doc Lab & Utrecht University, Professor of Comparative Media Histor
  20. 20. Towards a New Audiovisual Think Tank for Audiovisual Archivists and Cultural Heritage Professionals Peter B. Kaufman Intelligent Television and MIT January 2018 https://www.beeldengeluid.nl/en/ knowledge/hub/av-think-tank
  21. 21. Towards a New Audiovisual Think Tank for Audiovisual Archivists and Cultural Heritage Professionals Peter B. Kaufman Intelligent Television and MIT January 2018 ten recommendations
  22. 22. “We need guidelines of dealing with new formats and new materials” “What can the film- producer community do to better promote our archives?” “Files without sufficient metadata constitute a black hole” cc-by-sa: Erwin Verbruggen cc-by-sa: Erwin Verbruggen
  23. 23. “we must focus on ‘the diffusion of this patrimony’” cc-by-sa: Erwin Verbruggen cc-by-sa: Erwin Verbruggen “We have to know our catalogs - the size of the whole dinosaur”
  24. 24. 1. Work more closely with producers and creators 2. Experiment within AV archives 3. Engage more fully with Wikipedia 4. Engage archivists to work more closely with producers and creators Hot topics
  25. 25. Future steps Discuss the white paper with the AV archiving community See which actions can be taken Research agenda Joint projects Writing research papers Technology Watch
  26. 26. joomen@beeldengeluid.nl @johanoomen Thank you!

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