Workshop for artists introducing the Norwegian national Video Art Archive.
Nasjonalmuseet, Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art and TEKS – Trondheim Electronic Arts Centre invite artists to a workshop introducing the Video Art Archive – a reference archive and a portal for artists, curators, art historians and researchers. The archive offers artists the opportunity to store metadata and files in a secure way for the future, and the workshop will give an introduction to uploading and registering of your own video works.
During the workshop, we will look at metadata related to video works and how to upload files in the portal. We will also get an insight into how the archive is structured, how it is used by curators, art historians and researchers, and will get some information regarding copyright.
The workshop is led by Håvard Oppøyen, who is in charge of the Video Art Archive at the National Museum’s library and archive. Oppøyen is a film archivist and has previously worked with preservation, restoration and dissemination of film at the Norwegian Film Institute and the National Library of Norway.
When: September 6
Workshop – daytime: @ 14:00—16:30
Workshop – evening: September 6 @ 19:00—21:30
Where: Trøndelag Centre for Contemporary Art, Fjordgata 11 - Trondheim
The workshop is free, but registration is required. Sign up by sending an e-mail to email@example.com. We offer two identical workshops, at 14:00 and 19:00. Please write in the e-mail which one you would like to attend.
The workshop will take place at TSSK. We ask that all participants bring their own laptop, as well as some of their own artwork in the form of digital files. Coffee and fruit will be served.
Due to limited capacity, please let us know as soon as possible if you are registered and cannot participate.
Read more about the archive at Videokunstarkivet.org
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