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Upcoming Event: Creating Community Through Digital Futures

On Thursday, November 1st The Art Institute of Chicago presents “Creating Community Through Digital Futures” a showcase and unconference about digital preservation.

 

Registration is required. For further details and to join the wait list see the event page.

 

Creating Community Through Digital Futures
Thu, November 1, 2018
9:30 AM – 3:00 PM CDT

The Art Institute of Chicago
159 E. Monroe
Nichols Board of Trustees Suite, Modern Wing
Chicago, IL 60603

 


Event Agenda

9:30-10:00am: Registration

10:00-11:00am: Project Showcase, Vol. 1

  • “Creating the Studs Terkel Radio Archive website” – Allison Schein Holmes (WFMT & Studs Terkel Radio Archive)
  • “An Introduction to Curating Community Digital Collections” – Vicki Tobias(WiLS/Recollection Wisconsin) & Stacey Erdman (Beloit College)
  • “Permanent public access of Illinois state documents” – Andrew H. Bullen (Illinois State Library)

11:00-11:20am: Networking Break

11:20am-12pm: Lightning Talks

  • “Getting to Level 1: Planning a Basic Preservation Program ” – Greer Martin (Illinois Insitute of Technology)
  • “Reaching Back: How Do We Give to a Community That Doesn’t Know Us?” – Kyle Henke (Depaul University)
  • “Digital Phoenix: Using 3D Modeling to Recreate Lost Historic Houses” – Emily-Paige Taylor (Loyola University)
  • “Nancy Buchanan and Barry Dolins at Media Burn Archive” – Dan Erdman (Media Burn)
  • “DIY Within Community: You Don’t Have to be a Hero to Save the Day!”- Laurie Lee Moses (Columbia College Chicago, Center for Black Music Research)

12:00-1:00pm: Lunch (on your own)
A list of nearby options will be available at the event

1:00-2:00pm: Project Showcase, Vol. 2

  • “Digital Dancing: An Online Archive from the Ground Up” – Jenai Cutcher and Daina Coffe (Chicago Dance History Project)
  • “Acquiring Born-Digital Archives: Strategies for Implementing Scalable Digital Forensics Applications and Practices” – Kelsey O’Connell (Northwestern University)
  • “CollectiveAccess 101” – Mel Leverich (Leather Archives & Museum), Brian Belak (Chicago Film Archives), Margaret Fraser and Jeremy Bucher (National Hellenic Museum)

2:00-3:00pm: Collaborative Clinic
Topics include:

  • Education & Training
  • Web-based Access Systems
  • AV Preservation
  • Metadata