The DIAMA Blog is an ongoing conversation related to the topic of indigenous media archiving. It will include posts related to the preservation and access of indigenous media via web technologies, as well as ways that archives and archival content is being used commuities, such as language preservation. We will also write about developments and perspectives within the DIAMA project.
The content of each post and each comment represents the views of that author and does not necessarily reflect the views of DIAMA or IsumaTV.
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New online resource: "Getting Ready in Indian Country: Emergency Preparedness and Response for Native American Cultural Resources"
NEW RESOURCE: "Getting Ready in Indian Country: Emergency Preparedness and Response for Native American Cultural Resources," is a free online resource offered through Heritage Preservation. Additional information on accessing the resources may be found below or by visiting the link below.… Leer más
Archivist and filmmaker Prelinger examines the value in archiving home movies and outtakes of found footage while presenting "Lost Landscapes of San Francisco 3."
Added: Feburary 18, 2009
IsumaTV at the Association of Moving Image Archivists/International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives Annual Meeting - 2010
At this year's annual meeting of the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA), as IsumaTV's Archivist, I spoke about the importance and challenges and opportunities that are afforded through indigenous archiving.
I discussed our own Digitizing the Inuit and Aboriginal Media Archive project, as well as examples from other indigenous-designed community archives.
Please see here for the complete presentation.
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IsumaTV are headed to New York this weekend for the second annual Open Video Conference. The event brings together a wide array of participants, from technologists, academics, entrepreneurs, artists, filmmakers, video creators, remixers, activists, archivists, as and online video audiences.… Leer más