Friday, October 23, 2020

10.00 – 10.15             Virtual doors open 

10.15 – 10.30            Welcome

Miriam Akkermann, TU Dresden (GER) 

10.30 12.00             AREM Session 1: Libraries and Archives

Serge Lemouton, IRCAM (F): The Electroacoustic Repertoire: Is there a Librarian?

Barbara Wiermann, SLUB (GER): Gaps in memory? How do we archive electro-acoustic music in Germany?

Anne Lauber-Rönsberg, TU Dresden (GER): Copyright Law Issues of Archiving and Re-performing Electro-Acoustic Music

12.00 – 14.00             Lunchbreak

14.00 16.00             AREM Session 2: Preservation strategies

Kevin Dahan, DeMontfort University (GB): Towards Effective Preservation of Electroacoustic Music 

Tae Hong Park, NYU (USA): Towards Crowd-Sourced Curating, Archiving, and Preserving Electro-Acoustic Music

Guillaume Boutard, University of Montreal (CAN): Prospecting for Digital Preservation of Electroacoustic and Mixed Music

16.00 – 16.30             Coffee break

16.30 18.00             AREM Session 3: Preserving and Re-Performing

Seth Cluett, Colombia University (USA) – Preserving In Place: Reconstructing the RCA Mark II 

Lucas Bennett, Basel University (CH) – (Re-)Performing and Documenting Live Electronic Music from the last 30 Years

Saturday, October 24, 2020         

10.00 – 10.30              Welcome

10.30 – 12.30              AREM Session 4: Projects and best practice

Franziska Heller, Zürich University/Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF (CH/GER): Film and archiving within digital cultures

Bernhard Lutz, Bavarian State Library (GER): Long-term Archiving in the Specialised Information Service for Musicology (musiconn)

Folkmar Hein, emerit. TU Berlin (GER): Statistics on Electroacustic Music

12.30 – 14.00 Lunchbreak                                                                                            

14.00 – 16.00             Workshop „What do we need to do to archive music?“

Impulse statements by Frédéric Dufeu, University of Huddersfield (GB), Andreas Münzmay, Paderborn University (GER), and Benjamin Bohl, Frankfurt University (GER), and co-workshop organizer Axel Berndt, CEMFI (GER).

The workshop consists of initial impulse statements followed by a structured discussion and an open panel round with all workshop participants.
If you want to participate in this workshop, please register with subject “workshop” and a short CV (1 page max).  

Information on the previous symposium can be accessed here:

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