1. Mount Olivet Archives: John Johnson

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    This is a short video of devout Lutheran, author and world traveler John Johnson sharing his experiences meeting Ronald Reagan and visiting Africa for the archives at Mount Olivet Church.

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    • What Sort of Film pt.4 - Aspects of an Exhibition

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      from David Price / Added

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      • Academia SEBRAE – Reel

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        from Gabriel Figueiredo / Added

        Motion Reel of the Academia SEBRAE project. To see all of the individual episodes, go to http://cargocollective.com/gabrielfigueiredo/Academia-SEBRAE

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        • Digital Archiving & Compliance

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          Dr Geert-Jan van Bussel, lector Digital Archiving aan de Hogeschool van Amsterdam legt uit ...

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          • The Making of "A Steady Pulse: Restaging Lucinda Childs, 1963–78," Part 2

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            At the February launch of the Center’s new multimedia online publication, "A Steady Pulse: Restaging Lucinda Childs, 1963–78," Bill Bissell, Director of Performance, and choreographer Lucinda Childs discussed the collaborative research effort that led to the creation of the Center’s fourth danceworkbook. Here, Childs reflects on the experience of seeing her archive come to life in the danceworkbook. “We came up with something very exciting in terms of accessibility,” she says. “The phrase ‘letting go’ I think is very appropriate… but how to let [the archival material] go was the real question, and how to let it get out there.”

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            • The Making of "A Steady Pulse: Restaging Lucinda Childs, 1963–78," Part 1

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              from Pew Center for Arts & Heritage / Added

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              At the February launch of the Center’s new multimedia online publication, "A Steady Pulse: Restaging Lucinda Childs, 1963–78," Bill Bissell, Director of Performance, and choreographer Lucinda Childs discussed the collaborative research effort that led to the creation of the Center’s fourth danceworkbook. Here, Bissell recalls a 2011 visit to Childs’ home and archive in Martha’s Vineyard. “Lucinda’s is a living archive and we have tried to make that the case in the workbook,” he says. This archive “lives in a hybrid space that is about transmission…it could establish a living connection with dancers dancing.”

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              • Accessing the Archive-HD

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                This project was developed by students from MA Culture, Criticism and Curation, working with archive materials from the Southbank Centre. It is intended to explore and investigate issues relating to the process and politics of archiving, and the interpretation and presentation of archive material. Working in a similar manner to a digital algorithm, we have built a bot to catalogue and redistribute selected material from the archive, across various digital social spaces. The display is a work in progress and the first version was realised at Central Saint Martins Museum Window Gallery in the end of April 2015. The second version of this project is realised for the Web We Want Festival taking place at Southbank Centre. For more info: http://www.christinebot.com

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                • Les Pompiers en 1953

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                  Le nouvel uniforme des pompiers en 1953 à Villeneuve de Berg en Ardèche

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                  • The Citizens Archive of Pakistan Film

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                    The Citizens Archive of Pakistan (CAP) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to cultural and historic preservation operating in Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. We seek to educate the community, foster an awareness of our nation's history, and instil pride in Pakistani citizens about their heritage. CAP has focused its attention on the tradition of oral storytelling in Pakistan, emphasising the importance of such narratives in a dialogue on national identity. Our organisation has three main goals: to preserve and provide access to the archive, to build and support educational programmes, and to develop educational products based on the testimonies collected. We are passionate about sharing Pakistan's stories through educational outreach programmes and various exhibitions and festivals that are attended by thousands of visitors. Our vision is to develop CAP as the foremost museum and heritage centre of Pakistani history, photography, culture, literature, and historical documentation demonstrating the strength and spirit of Pakistan from the perspective of a citizen.

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                    • LA PREMIERE FETE DU FLEUVE A BORDEAUX EN 1999

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