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Public Lecture on Contemporary Digital Photographic Print Processes and Technology

Learn more about current digital printing methods in a lecture on Monday, April 27, 2021. Daniel Burge of the Image Permanence Institute (IPI), Rochester Institute of Technology, will provide an overview of the history and technology of digital hardcopy printing, its preservation issues, including exhibition and storage, and its current uses in books, 3D printing, photography and graphic arts. Although this technical lecture is of interest to conservators, curators, librarians, archivists, artists, and collectors, it is also pertinent to the public who have a deeper interest in the topic or who use digital printing methods for their own art, photographs, photobooks, and albums. This lecture is offered by the conservation division of the National Gallery of Art with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The virtual lecture is free but requires advance registration. Please use this link to register in advance on the Image Permanence Institute website: https://rit.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HyFfkLN_RNi2pHDpGOkzyw. A Zoom link for the lecture will be emailed to participants after registration.

Since 1990 Daniel Burge has worked at IPI, where his research has focused on the chemical and physical interactions between imaging media and enclosures, as well as on the preservation of all types of digital hardcopy. Burge has a bachelor of science in imaging and photographic technology from the Rochester Institute of Technology. He has taught extensively across the United States and internationally, has published in a wide variety of journals and proceedings, and is a recognized expert representing the United States on international standards committees.

MICA Decker Library Event, March 26: Art and the Archive – Fashion and Textile Archives

Art and the Archive: Fashion and Textile Archives

March 26, 2021, 90 minutes: 11am PT, 12pm MT, 1pm CT, 2pm ET USA

Register in advance: https://mica-edu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcvc-6rrjouH9F4qNoI5TrHhXRJqY-ljH5z

Learn  more about the series: https://www.mica.edu/libraries/decker-library/about/hours/art-and-the-archive/

MICA Decker Library is excited to announce their second Art and The Archive conversation: Fashion & Textile Archives, featuring Marvin-Alonzo Greer, Olivia Mueller, and Victoria Rose Pass.

This panel features three practitioners who approach fashion and textile archives from a variety of angles. Marvin-Alonzo Greer is a public historian and historical interpreter specializing in African American history, Olivia Mueller is the Archives Manager for the Gap Inc. Heritage and Design Archive and Victoria Rose Pass is an art and design historian whose research considers the history of fashion culture in the 20th century and focuses specifically on issues of gender and race.

Learn more about the speakers and the series: https://www.mica.edu/libraries/decker-library/about/hours/art-and-the-archive/

Art & The Archive, launched Fall 2020,  is a conversation series that explores the role of the archive in the production of art and culture. Featured speakers include writers, archivists, artists, and researchers who all engage with archives in meaningful ways. Attendees can expect a lively, expansive discussion of how archives unfold in our everyday lives.

This conversation is sponsored by Decker Library, in collaboration with the Art History Department.

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