Artist archives are a useful tool for promotion and seeking opportunities but also a way to gain insight into your own or your organisation’s creative trajectory. However, many of us struggle to find the time to properly record, edit and safely store documentation of our work. That’s why we have asked archiving expert Catherine Bourne to walk us through the process of comprehensively digitising, collating and storing digital creative archives using secure formats and systems.
This interactive Zoom session will run on Thursday 11 November, beginning at 11 am and will last approximately 1.5 hours. The workshop is free and exclusively for ISACS members.
Catherine Bourne is an Australian artist, researcher and educator based in Drumshanbo in Co Leitrim. Catherine has extensive experience managing arts and cultural projects internationally for over two decades. Catherine currently lectures in the history and theory of digital art at UCC, Cork, and is developing the Arts and Culture in Education Research Repository for the Department of Education, a deliverable of the Arts and Education Charter that will be a portal for excellence in Irish arts in education research practice.