WORKSHOPS

ALWAYS IN TIME: AN ARCHIVAL WORKSHOP FOR ARTISTS & FILMMAKERS

PRESENTED BY CAROLIN GIL OF XFR COLLECTIVE

DECEMBER 5th, 2020 5pm CST

 

 

On December 15th, 5pm CST, Archive Acts presents a free workshop with media conservator Caroline Gil Rodríguez from XFR Collective. Moving through a wide range of formats from analog videotapes, born-digital, and analog film, Gil will share tactics for artists, videographers, and filmmakers to devise strategies for the care and conservation of their raw footage and completed film anbd video works. Topics include strategies for documentation and preservation, in addition to sourcing external frameworks such as community archives and distribution that can assist in long-term preservation of moving image works. 

CAROLINE GIL (XFR COLLECTIVE)

Caroline Gil is an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Media Conservation at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. At MoMA, she collaboratively works with the media conservation team in the acquisition, exhibition, preventive conservation, and research of the collection’s audio, film, video, performance and software-based works. She is a graduate of NYU’s Moving Image Archiving and Preservation Program, holds a Director of Cinematography MA from Universidad de Barcelona-ESCAC and BA in Visual Arts.

This workshop is sponsored by the Tulsa Artist Fellowship.

Contact

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SPONSORS

OVAC

A 3-part series on artists was sponsored by OVAC, Oklahoma Visual Arts Coalition. These program are co-hosted by Lucas Wrench, founder of OK#1 artist space. 

TULSA ARTIST FELLOWSHIP

A  5--part series of film programs was sponsored by the Tulsa Artist Fellowship.  With the belief that arts are critical to the advancement of cultural citizenship, Tulsa Artist Fellowship supports both local and national artists while enriching the Tulsa community. Tulsa Artist Fellowship is a George Kaiser Family Foundation initiative.

 

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