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Wednesday, April 14 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Visions 2031: The State of the Archive

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A variety of lightning talk perspectives from those working with media collections in different ways and in different types of organizations.  What do archives look like in 2031? What does a
day in the life of a media archivist look like? What does media preservation mean?  What new technologies are in play? Any (or all) of these questions are open for discussion. This is the first in a continuing series of talks by thought leaders looking at the future of our profession. A short discussion of what has been presented will close the session.

Speakers
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Angela Schmidt

Film Archivist, Alaska Film Archives
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Karen Chan

Asian Film Archive
Karen Chan is the Executive Director of the Asian Film Archive (AFA) based in Singapore. She has been with the AFA since 2006 where she started work as an archivist. Under her tenure as Director, she has developed the AFA from a two-person team to becoming a subsidiary of the National... Read More →
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May Hong HaDuong

Director, UCLA Film & Television Archive
May Hong HaDuong is the director of the UCLA Film & Television Archive. Prior to her appointment to UCLA this year, May served for 13 years at the Academy Film Archive. An active AMIA member of over 15 years, she has expertise on the complexities surrounding access to moving images... Read More →
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Linda Tadic

CEO, Digital Bedrock
Linda Tadic is Founder/CEO of Digital Bedrock, a managed digital preservation service that helps libraries, archives, museums, producers, studios, artists, and individuals preserve their digital content. She is also an adjunct professor in UCLA’s Moving Image Archive Studies program... Read More →
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Karen Cariani

Senior Director Media Library and Archives, WGBH Educational Foundation
I am passionate about making media archives accessible on-line. This goes hand in hand with digital preservation, metadata processes, and systems to manage both. I seek to use technology as much as possible to help archivists and librarians with their work.
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Brad Collar

Brad Collar is the Senior Vice President of Technical Operations at WarnerMedia.  In his current role Brad oversees both operations and strategy for the company’s global archives, the associated content preservation activities, content metadata, content security, DVD/Blu-ray production... Read More →
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Xaviera Flores

Librarian and Archivist at the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, Flores oversees all library, archives, and museum services, including community outreach, instruction, grant projects, and donor relations. Flores has worked in libraries since 2004 and holds a BA in Film Studies... Read More →
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Viviana García-Besné

Permanencia Voluntaria Film Archive
Filmmaker, archivist and activist for popular film preservation. Her first film Perdida, had its international premiere at the official selection of Telluride Film Festival and received several awards during its journey through festivals. She is the founder of the Permanencia Voluntaria... Read More →
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Hilary Howell

Iron Mountain Entertainment Services
Hillary is an entertainment archivist with an extensive background managing all the aspects of studio and production company collections. While getting her Master’s degree in Moving Image Archive Studies from UCLA, Hillary interned for the Women in Film Foundation and the Academy... Read More →
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Heather Linville

Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center
Heather Linville is the supervisor of the Motion Picture Laboratory at the Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center where she is responsible for managing 2K/4K digital and 35mm B/W photochemical film preservation workflows. Previously, she was a Film Preservationist... Read More →
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Joshua Ng

Digital Preservation Analyst, Archives New Zealand
Joshua Ng is the Digital Preservation Analyst at Archives New Zealand. Usually he is responsible for ensuring processes are in place to maintain the integrity of the Government Digital Archive. Recently he has been heavily involved in Utaina!, a cross-agency joint AV Preservation... Read More →
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John Polito

Audio Mechanics
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Rachael Stoeltje

Director, Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive, Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive
Rachael Stoeltje established the Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive and has served as its Director since the founding. She has served on the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF) Executive Committee since 2013 and is currently the Chair of the Coordinating... Read More →
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Joe Travers

The Zappa Trust
Joe has been playing drums in the Los Angeles area for over twenty seven years. A Berklee College Of Music graduate, Joe moved to LA in 1992 and by March 1993 he had landed the gig with Dweezil & Ahmet Zappa's group "Z". Since then Joe has gone on to play for many acts over the years... Read More →


Wednesday April 14, 2021 10:00am - 10:50am PDT
Stage B