AMIA 2016 . November 9-12 . Pittsburgh, PA . #amia16

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The Annual Conference is a unique forum for colleagues from all areas of the field to meet, share information and work together. Registration for 2015 will open in May.

2015 Conference Presentations

  Speaker presentations are posted as they...

Omni William Penn Hotel

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#AMIA16 November 9-12, 2016 . Pittsburgh, PA

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AMIA is a nonprofit international association dedicated to the preservation and use of moving image media. AMIA supports public and professional education and fosters cooperation and communication among the individuals and organizations concerned with the acquisition, preservation, description, exhibition, and use of moving image materials.

The annual AMIA Conference is the largest gathering of motion picture and recorded sound archivists and interested professionals.  More than 550 annual attendees include members and colleagues from the world’s major media, library, university, military and other institutions.

The AMIA annual conference provides an opportunity for colleagues and those interested in the field to meet, share information and work together. For newcomers to this vibrant, dynamic and committed community, networking with other AMIA members and industry professionals is invaluable for professional development. AMIA conference registration includes participation in all regular sessions and screenings  and some special events

For more information about AMIA, events and membership, go to www.AMIAnet.org.

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