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Re: [ARSCLIST] Orphan Audio Symposium?
Yes, a conversation with Dan is what sparked (or further sparked) my
interest in a formal symposium devoted to audio. Indeed it is worth
presenting the need at a future conference. I wonder how far conversations
have come regarding a separate symposium, if.
Thanks for response again Kyle.
All the best,
On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 4:33 PM, Barnett, Kyle <kbarnett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> While I don't know of a symposium specific to orphan audio, however, I know
> that Dan Streible of the Orphans Film Conference is also interested in sound
> as well as image. In lieu of an orphan audio conference, you might consider
> applying to present at future Orphans film conferences (
> And, of course, with ARSC's interest in recorded sound and intellectual
> property issues, I'm sure the ARSC conference would be amenable to an
> expanded conversation with orphan audio -- and conversations may already be
> going on.
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> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Orphan Audio Symposium?
> I am wondering if anyone knows of any symposium dedicated to orphan audio
> collections? I know the Orphans Symposium dedicated to film collections has
> included audio components in the past. But as far as i know, no such
> symposium for audio as feature, exists. (aside from the ARSC conference
> which covers an array of issues surrounding audio) Let me know if i am
> wrong, and who is doing this with regards to orphan collections. Or,
> perhaps what can be done as a community to launch such efforts. ?
> I have been working with a number of un-housed audio collections, and am
> curious as to how to shed more light on this expansive area of unpreserved,
> orphaned audio.
> Very best,
> Victoria Keddie
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