Thursday 8th November, 2012
4:00pm to 4:30pm
Developing video content to participate in online video aggregators has become an essential part of museum operations. However video is a relatively young medium and everyone is still figuring it out while swimming through the ever-shifting technologies. The good news is new technological developments make video production easier and more accessible.
I am researching the current models of video production in museums, from small institutions with minimal budgets for video production to the large institutions with entire departments dedicated to media development or budgets big enough to contract out every project. The intention of the research is to provide a grounding to focus on what is feasible for small museums to create good content and share it with the world. In particular what techniques can be implemented with inexpensive consumer technology to create a strong image for the museum and share valuable content.
Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli is a video installation artist and video producer in California. bio from Twitter
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