Electronic Media Group

AIC Annual Meeting 2002, Miami

Sunday, June 9, 2002
9:00 - 5:30

H o m e  |  A b s t r a c t s  |  L i n k s & R e s o u r c e s

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EMG Panel Discussion: Education Needs for Electronic Media Conservation (new!)

Abstracts from past EMG & EMSIG Meetings

 


 

Sunday June 9

Morning Session Chair: Hannah Frost, Stanford University Libraries

9:00-9:25
The Straw that Broke the Museum's Back? Collecting and Preserving Digital Art Works for the Next Century
Richard Rinehart, Digital Media Director,
Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archives,
University of California, Berkeley

9:30-9:55
Building the Archives of the Future: NARA's Electronic Records Archives Program

Adrienne M. Woods, Communications Specialist,
Electronic Records Archive,
National Archives and Records Administration

10:00-10:30
Break

10:30-10:55
Dealing with Digital: The Effect of Electronic Media on the Preservation and Conservation Studies Program at the University of Texas

Karen L. Pavelka, Lecturer,
Preservation and Conservation Studies, The Center for the Cultural Record,
Graduate School of Library and Information Science,
University of Texas at Austin

11:00-11:25
Part II: The Effect of Electronic Information at the Preservation and Conservation Studies Program--The Student Experience

Marlan Green, PCS student specializing in the preservation of electronic information, Graduate School of Library and Information Science,
University of Texas at Austin.

11:30-11:55
Digital Imagery of Works of Art; A collaborative initiative from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the National Science Foundation, and the Harvard University Art Museums

Ron Spronk, Associate Research Curator,
Straus Center for Conservation,
Harvard University

12:00-12:15
Question and Answer Session

12:30-2:00
Lunch

Afternoon Session Chair:  Mitchell Hearns Bishop, Getty Conservation Institute

2:05-2:30
Using the Digital Scanning Camera, Theory and Practice

Michael Collette, President, Robin Myers, Technical Consultant,
Better Light, Inc. San Carlos, CA,

2:35-3:00
Digital Documentation in Conservation Practice: Thoughts on Transitional Guidelines

Dan Kushel, Art Conservation Department,
State University College at Buffalo

3:05-3:30
Conservation Driven Laser Scanning, 3-D Imaging and Replication of Maya Sculpture

Barbara Fash, Research Associate, Hrdy Visiting Curator,
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology,
Harvard University

3:30-4:00
Break

4:00-4:25
Permanence of Digital Printing Media: Update June 2002

Henry Wilhelm,
Wilhelm Imaging Research Inc.

4:30-5:00
Imaging Question and Answer Session
Moderator:
Tim Vitale, Preservation Associates

5:00-5:30
EMG Business Meeting

Outgoing Chair, Tim Vitale