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Nieuwe publicatie over behoud born-digital erfgoed

Op 17 november werden de resultaten van het project ‘De Digitale Stad Herleeft’ gedeeld in een publicatie genaamd 'FREEZE'. Het project stelde zich de vraag hoe born-digital erfgoed kan worden “opgegraven”, gearchiveerd en gepresenteerd.

New publication: Let's Play game exhibitions

An exciting new publication. Together with René Glas and Jasper van Vught from Utrecht University we reported on our experiment with the use of Let’s Play video’s to engage museum audiences. The practitioner's statement can be read in the p...

'Unlocking Sound and Image Heritage' available online

To celebrate the 2017 World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, with ICCROM and KIK-IRPA we're proud to present Selected readings from the SOIMA 2015 Conference.

Disaster, Calacas, and Metadata: A FIAT/IFTA Conference Report

Erwin Verbruggen reports on the 2017 FIAT/IFTA World Conference.

CLARIAH and MIMEHIST report on visualization strategies colloquium

Liliana Melgar and Christian Olesen from the CLARIAH Media Studies section of the Dutch Infrastructure for the Arts and the Humanities report on the Colloquium Visualization Strategies for the Digital Humanities they attended at the Univers...

The archive inspires at Amsterdam Dance Event

On Saturday October 21 from 12:00 - 19:00 join RE:VIVE and SAE at De Brakke Grond for two hands on tutorials Build Your Own Kick Drum and Endless Loops that are guaranteed to push your skills as a technical producer and unlock your creativi...

Dynamische webcontent in het archief

Hoe archiveer je deze dynamische websites, zoals bijvoorbeeld zogenaamde 'web-only' producties? In een pilotproject bekeken we in hoeverre de huidige tools die content wel kunnen ‘crawlen’ en archiveren.

A Submarine Channel blog: tips for making web projects future proof

A few months ago, Sound and Vision wrote a guest blog for Submarine Channel’s Top 5. Five things makers of web projects can do to make preservation for the future a little bit easier.

DIG! DELVE! DAMN! Artists unlock the sounds of the Tropenmuseum

After nearly two decades tucked away in the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision’s depots RE:VIVE has partnered with the Research Center for Material Culture for Unlocking Sounds, a collaboration featuring new EPs from three leading c...