Giugni Archive Update Meeting Aug. 3rd

Aloha Everyone!

I will be back in Hawaii from July 26 – Aug. 5 to continue my research and meeting with people. The highlight of the trip will undoubtedly be the “Update Meeting” scheduled for August 3 at the Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge Conference Room, 201 Floor located at 2645 Dole Street

For those of you who will be attending please take the time to go to the Natsunoya Tea House website. Please email me at feluccafilms@gmail.com to let me know if you would like the Veggie or the Tea House Special bento selection.

MEETING AGENDA
The tentative agenda for the day is the following (it may change as we get closer to the date):

Noon – people arrive and box lunches are provided from Natsunoya

12:30 pm – call meeting to order (lunch continues)

Welcome and Introduction

Presentation by David Rowntree

  • General overview of the need for preservation of media materials
  • Review of the consultant’s role and summary of the first visit
  • Review preliminary findings from the survey
  • Description of the functions and activities of a moving image archive (examples from Washington University Film & Media Archive)
  • Look at unique challenges of media archives and issues to be addressed
  • (technology, cataloging, preservation, copyrights, access, digitization)
  • Vision and potential of the Henry K. Giugni Archive
  • Wrap Up… Next steps (phase 2, Final Report, CLIR grant)

2:00pm –  Open for questions and discussions

I’m looking forward to seeing you all again.

Mahalo

David

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2 responses to “Giugni Archive Update Meeting Aug. 3rd

  1. Emily Albarillo

    Any chance you could post a copy of the Powerpoint from the meeting? Thanks.

  2. Hi Emily, I can’t upload the file to the blog. However, please contact me at feluccafilms@gmail.com and I can send you a copy.

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