The Materiality of Heritage: Moving Image Preservation Training at HTW Berlin

Ulrich Ruedel, Martin Koerber

Abstract


The unique approach of the HTW Berlin Conservation and Restorarion program towards moving image preservation is discussed, including its curriculum, background, its technical and scientific resources as well as its in-house Media Archive. Present and future directions in teaching and research are explored along with the required tools and a strategy of national and international collaboration and outreach.

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