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Calendar of Forthcoming Training Events

This calendar lists all known forthcoming training events in the audiovisual archiving field, all around the world. If you are the organizer of such a event, or know about one, please click on "Add a new training event" below and fill in the form. Please only add information you are sure about.

Calendar of Forthcoming Training Events

This calendar lists all known forthcoming training events in the audiovisual archiving field, all around the world. If you are the organizer of such a event, or know about one, please click on "Add a new training event" below and fill in the form. Please only add information you are sure about.

Date
Event
Location
20 September - 01 October 2021
Biennial Audiovisual Archiving Summer School 2021
Based on successful online training models that FIAF has used during the pandemic, and on the successful first edition of this biennial event held in Bloomington, Indiana, in 2019, this ambitious two-week training school will combine lectures and interactive workshops across a wide range of topics.
Registration Deadline: 07 July 2021
ONLINE ONLY
20 September - 01 October 2021
Biennial Audiovisual Archiving Summer School 2021
Organized by: FIAF
Contact:   training@fiafnet.org 

BAVASS 2021 will be an online event, running for ten days in late September. Based on successful online training models that FIAF has used during the pandemic, and on the successful first edition of this biennial event held in Bloomington, Indiana, in May 2019, this ambitious training school will combine lectures and interactive workshops across a wide range of topics. Participants will also carry out assignments in their own time throughout the two weeks of the school. The course will be conducted in English only.



BAVASS 2021 online will concentrate on the key aspects of the work of film archives, covering both practical and theoretical subjects taught by leading experts in the field. Each day will consist of a lecture for all participants and workshops for smaller groups in which discussion of the participants’ assignments will form the basis of the training. There will also be opportunities for the participants to get to know each other in free-discussion periods.


The provisional list of topics covered can be found below. Please note that BAVASS does not cover topics at an advanced level. The training is suitable for archivists wishing to broaden their knowledge in areas where they do not currently have expertise, and for students and others who wish to gain a wide understanding of the essential elements of film archiving.


Lectures:
Digital technology and file formats
Film scanners and digitisation
Colour correction and finishing
Soundtrack digitisation
Videotape preservation and digitisation
Restoration ethics and practice
File formats and management
Digital infrastructure and preservation
Film and AV preservation strategies
Photograph and paper conservation



Workshops:
Film technology
Film identification and selection
Open-source tools and resources
Digitisation projects large and small
Access and online engagement
Film programming
Cataloguing and metadata
Archive advocacy and funding strategies
Disaster preparedness and response


 


BAVASS 2021 will be limited to 48 participants, with the majority reserved for employees of FIAF affiliates. Attending the school will demand much of the participants’ time, Monday to Friday, over the two weeks, and applicants must be able to commit to this. Only those who have attended the full course will be awarded a course completion certificate.


Registration will be open between 16 June and 7 July. Successful candidates will be notified by email by Friday 16 July at the latest, and will be asked to complete a brief registration form and pay the registration fee of 150€ (plus VAT if applicable) for employees of FIAF-affiliated institutions and full-time students (proof of enrolment required), or 200€ (plus VAT if applicable) for all others.


If you have any question about this event, don’t hesitate to contact us at training@fiafnet.org.

17-24 November 2021
FRAME Tech 2021
Since 2010, INA organises the FRAME training programme in partnership with FIAT/IFTA, EBU Academy and the support of the Creative Europe MEDIA programme of the European Union. The FRAME training programme consists in 3 sessions per year, which cover each step of the audiovisual archival content management.
Registration Deadline: 08 October 2021
ONLINE ONLY
17-24 November 2021
FRAME Tech 2021
Organized by: INA
Contact:   frame@ina.fr 

What is FRAME?


Since 2010, INA organises the annual training programme FRAME in partnership with FIAT/IFTA (International Federation of Television Archives) and EBU Academy (European Broadcasting Union). FRAME is a co-funded by the Creative Europe – MEDIA programme of the European Union. The FRAME training programme consists in 3 sessions per year, which cover each step of the audiovisual archival content management.


FRAME Tech 2021


After a single FRAME 2020 session dedicated to the management of audiovisual archives under exceptional circumstances and a first FRAME Access session in June 2021, the FRAME Tech 2021 training course is now also adapting to the sanitary context. For the first time, it will be held online as a 6 half-days training, from 17 to 24 November.


Every year, new techniques and technologies emerge in the field of audiovisual archiving, and new issues and challenges arise. For the 12th consecutive year, FRAME Tech will enable participants to improve their essential technical knowledge of audiovisual archives while addressing the most recent challenges:



  • How to technically take into account the new uses and the increasing number of audiovisual file formats?

  • What are the challenges for quality control in a context of massive digitisation and native digital production?

  • How to store and manage an ever-growing volume of data?

  • How Open Source tools can contribute to the sustainability of audiovisual collections?

  • What's new in image and sound digitisation and restoration?


Renowned professionals from various international institutions will answer these and many other questions through a variety of pedagogical methods: case studies, lectures, experience feedbacks, interactive workshops, etc.


Beyond the programme, exchanges and professional networking, essential components of FRAME, will also be at the core of this session, with many opportunities for exchange and sharing of experience: question and answer sessions, sharing of resources, presentations of participants' institutions and infrastructures, dedicated time for interactions between participants to strengthen their links and their network, etc.This will make this first FRAME Tech online session a real moment of exchange between professionals and an accelerator for the development of your skills and your projects.


FRAME Tech objectives



  • Present and promote innovative and inspiring projects, examples and models for the preservation, the digitisation and the restoration of audiovisual archives,

  • Gather European and international professionals working in the cultural industries and media areas, to develop and strengthen this professional community,

  • Enable peer-exchange, solutions, best practices and experience sharing between speakers and participants,

  • Build a common language and shared professional practices.


Who can attend to FRAME Tech 2021? 
FRAME is dedicated to European and international professionals working for the preservation, management and access to audiovisual archives. Professionals from all areas are welcome whether their experience, level of expertise and field of activity. They can work for broadcasters, film archives, galleries, libraries, museums, patrimonial institutions, production companies, etc. 
 
When and where? 
The training session will take place online. 
Dates: 17-19th and 22-24th November 2021 


For more information and to apply: https://www.ina-expert.com/consulting/frame-tech-2021-online