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Friday, March 31 • 10:30am - 11:50am
Collections Showcase

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Speakers:

From Processing to Public Service: The Digital Humanities Center at The American Academy in Rome

Lavinia Ciuffa will present the Digital Humanities Center (DHC), the new infrastructure that will serve to streamline and unify the American Academy in Rome’s cataloging system and make publically available the Academy’s archival resources through a single, online interface by way of the Academy’s website. The presentation will describe the workflow required to inventory, cataloged, digitize and upload visual resources.

Lavinia Ciuffa, Acting Curator, Photo Archive, American Academy in Rome

Out on the Left Coast: San Diego LGBT History

Lisa Lamont will showcase the colorful images and graphics of the Pride phenomenon in San Diego collected and preserved by her and Anna Culbertson's partners at the Lambda Archives. She will demonstrate their work to date on the Cal Humanities-funded website and archival database and talk about the project’s highlights and challenges.

Anna Culbertson, Assistant Head of Special Collections, San Diego State University (absent)

Lisa Lamont, Digital Collections Librarian, San Diego State University


Artist-Run Archives: Developing a digital community archive with PAVED Arts artist-run centre

Shannon Lucky has been working with PAVED Arts (an artist-run centre (ARC) in Saskatoon, Canada focused on photography, audio, video, electronic, and digital arts) to develop a digital resource that meets the needs of artists and researchers while remaining sustainable for this non-profit organization. Her presentation describes the collaboration, the challenges that ARCs face to preserve and make their collection usable, and plans to develop a digital resource that will persist and grow with PAVED. Community archives are a vital part of this project; Lucky will describe how they organized an event to fill in gaps in the documentary record and capture oral histories of the PAVED community for inclusion in the archive.

Shannon Lucky, Information Technology Librarian, University of Saskatchewan

Moderator:
Elizabeth Schaub,  Director, Visual Resources Collection, The University of Texas at Austin


Moderators
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Elizabeth Schaub

Director, School of Architecture Visual Resources Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Speakers
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Lavinia Ciuffa

Acting Curator, American Academy in Rome, Photographic Archive
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Lisa Lamont

Head of Digital Collections, San Diego State University
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Shannon Lucky

IT Librarian, University of Saskatchewan

Sponsors
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Archivision

The Archivision Research Library is currently comprised of 78,000 professional, high quality images covering architecture, urban design, archaeological sites, landscapes, gardens, and works of art in public places. The Library is intended for scholarship and teaching in architecture and art history but also has broad appeal across disciplines. The collection is curated by Scott Gilchrist, a trained architect as well as professional... Read More →


Friday March 31, 2017 10:30am - 11:50am
Salon C-D

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