SICS Radio – Celebrating World Day for Audiovisual Heritage
SICS Radio October 27, 2022
Thursday 27 October is UNESCO’s World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, a celebration and reminder of the importance of archiving and preserving our audiovisual heritage. To mark this event we’ve brought together a panel of experts to tell us about the exciting, creative and challenging field of AV archiving– Louise Curham, (Lecturer and researcher at the School of Information and Communication Studies at Charles Sturt University), Lucas Ihlein (artist, and researcher and teacher for the University of Wollongong), Asti Sherring (Manager of Changeable Collections at the National Museum of Australia and a researcher with the University of Canberra), and Melanie Swalwell (Professor of Digital Media Heritage at Swinburne University of Technology).
You can find out more about CSU’s Graduate Certificate in Audiovisual Archiving here.
The following links relate to projects and ideas covered in the program:
Play It Again project
Play It Again Games Collection
Archiving Australian Media Arts
Expanded Cinema Re-Enactments
Art Gallery of New South Wales Time-based Art Tool Kit: Practical resources for the documentation and preservation of time-based artworks
Changeability, variability, and malleability: Sharing perspectives on the role of change in time-based art and utilitarian machinery conservation