The Schedule at a Glance

The Schedule at a Glance

AMIA 2015 Conference Schedule   WEDNESDAY 8:00am Workshop: Film Archives and Digital Humanitie 8:00am Workshop: Planning and Designing an Oral History Project 8:30am Workshop:  Copyright 101 for Moving Image Archivists 8:30am The Third AMIA/DLF Hack Day 9:00am Workshop:  Shoot, Process, Project 10:00am Workshop:  Community Archiving 12:30pm The Reel Thing XXXVI 1:30pm Workshop:  AMIA Writer’s Workshop 6:00pm DAS...

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Trivia Throwdown – are you game?

Trivia Throwdown – are you game?

Test your skills, win prizes, all for a good cause.  And, more importantly, dethrone the reigning AMIA Trivia Champs!   Do you know which George Washington’s salary as president was? Or Donald Duck’s middle name is? If not, you’ll want to find a fellow colleague that does as you begin to form your team for AMIA’s  Annual Trivia Throwdown at this year’s conference in Portland. Didn’t play last year?...

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Nearby Restaurants

Nearby Restaurants

Heathman Hotel $$$ 1001 SW Broadway Romantic dining choice at the Heathman Hotel spotlights French-inspired Northwest fare & fine wines. Veritable Quandary $$$ SW 1st Ave. Romantic spot with brick walls, glassed-in dining room & outdoor patio serving imaginative NW fare. Clyde Common $$$ 1014 SW Stark St. Trendsetting tavern with communal tables downstairs, known for handcrafted cocktails & local fare. Urban Farmer $$$ 525 SW...

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DAS Keynote Speakers

DAS Keynote Speakers

AMIA Announces Keynote Speakers for Digital Asset Symposium Program Will Run Simultaneously with AMIA Annual Conference LOS ANGELES (October 15, 2015) – The Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) has enlisted keynote speakers Erik Weaver and John Downey for the Digital Asset Symposium (DAS), which takes place Nov. 18-19 in Portland, Ore., at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower. This year marks the first time that DAS will run...

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Screenings at AMIA 2015

Screenings at AMIA 2015

AMIA 2015 will offer a number of screenings in the hotel and at the Whitsell Auditorium.  Anyone registered may use their badge for entry. Thursday . November 19 7:45pm . Whitsell Auditorium AMIA Archival Screeening Night Archival Screening Night is a showcase for AMIA members’ recent acquisitions, discoveries, and preservation efforts. The program represents the magnificent spectrum of media formats, works, and collections protected and...

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Program Stream: Advocacy

Program Stream:  Advocacy

This three program Advocacy Stream is to provide attendees with useful information and inspiring case studies that will help them to be more effective advocates in their own situations. SESSION 1: INTERNATIONAL REFERENCE POINTS Moderator: Caroline Yeager, George Eastman House; co-chair AMIA Advocacy Committee Speakers: Hila Abraham, Digitization and Access Project Director at the Jerusalem Cinémathèque – Israel Film Archive Christophe...

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2015 Vendor Cafe Exhibitors

2015 Vendor Cafe Exhibitors

Join us in the Vendor Cafe!  Our supplier and service provider partners are a great resource about what is new, what works and what’s around the corner. Thursday and Friday , November 19th and 20th Hilton Portland & Executive Tower _______________________ AheadTeK AheadTeK manufactures video heads and other specialty heads used in the video broadcast, tape data and disk data storage industries. Founded in 1972 as CMC, AheadTeK...

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Archival Screening Night

Archival Screening Night

Archival Screening Night will take place at the Whitsell Theatre at the Northwest Film Center in Portland, Oregon. The 2015 edition of ARCHIVAL SCREENING NIGHT will be open to the public. All submissions are made with the understanding that this will be a ticketed event, open to an 18+ audience. * * * The AMIA Archival Screening Night provides conference participants with an opportunity to showcase recent acquisitions and preservation...

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