Friday, March 11, 2005

The Mind's Eye: Theory and Practice of Digital Imaging in Cultural Heritage Institutions

This program to be held on April 22, 2005 is sponsored by Los Angeles Chapter of American Society for Information Science and Technology (LACASIS). Registration deadline is April 11 and space is limited to 50 people. There is no registration fee.

The featured speaker will be Brian O'Connor, Professor & Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Information Science Ph.D. Program, School of Library & Information Science, University of North Texas.

Featured presenters on cultural heritage digital imaging projects and copyright will be:
  • Ben Blackwell, Principle Photographer, UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
  • Nancy Goldman, Librarian, UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
  • Mary O'Connor, Visiting Digital Imaging Specialist, UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive
  • Layna White, Head of Collections Information and Access, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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