May 15th 2017

Museumvereniging Nederland: Museumkennisdag

Resurrection Lab is looking for old carriers and hardware

This month, PACKED vzw launched the Resurrection Lab project in collaboration with iMAL. The project aims to transfer, preserve and give access to a collection of works that are often inaccessible due to the obsolescence of their carriers, their formats and the hardware and software environment required to access it. If you are an art organisation, an heritage institution, artist or anyone that has a born-digital works or content of cultural value you need to extract from an old floppy, hard drive or computer, you can contact us to see whether we can help you in the future to get access to it again. The project is now in the process of gathering all the necessary hardware and software to preserve these works, so if you have old equipment lying around that you no longer need and could be useful for the project, please contact PACKED vzw, and help us save our born-digital heritage.

De Krook: Stadsbibliotheek & centrum voor digitale innovatie (opening)

OCE: visies op het Cultureel Erfgoed-decreet (policy)

projectmedewerker definiëren Vlaams Filmerfgoed (job offering)

met de steun van de vlaamse overheid

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