The two most important dates on the DT Cultural Heritage calendar every year are our East Coast and West Coast Round Tables. While we stay in touch with
The two most important dates on the DT Cultural Heritage calendar every year are our East Coast and West Coast Round Tables. While we stay in touch with our clients year-round, these events provide us the chance to spend a couple of days listening to the work they are doing and the challenges they face.
We’re excited to announce our first ever Virtual Round Table, which gives cultural heritage professionals from around the world the opportunity to connect and learn about the latest advancements in digital imaging technology from the experts! We invite you to join us for a two-day-long event celebrating the cultural heritage industry and digitization.
The online event will be held online on October 15th and 16th. There will be morning and afternoon sessions, each followed by break-out sessions based on the topic. Like our in-person events, you will have the opportunity to view full-length presentations virtually and network with your peers. Your Eventbrite confirmation email will include instructions to complete your registration for the webinar!
This year we will also be hosting a Virtual Happy Hour! An advanced sommelier will join us for a special online beverage and wine tasting. This special portion of our event is included in your general admission ticket.
To reserve your spot and gift for the Happy Hour, you must register by 09/18/2020 separately from your event registration to receive the at-home tasting gift included in your registration. You will receive a unique registration link for the Happy Hour event in your confirmation email. Tasting gifts will ship to the continental U.S. only. Registrants signing up after this deadline may attend the happy hour but will not receive the at-home tasting gift.
Space is limited for the Virtual Happy Hour, so don’t wait to reserve your spot!
Who’s speaking at this year’s event?
Julie McVey, Sara Manco, Renee Braden | National Geographic Society
Early Color Photography at National Geographic: Our Journey from Idea to Funded Federal Grant Project
This is part of National Geographic Society’s recent National Endowment of the Humanities grant. Read more about the project here.
Arnab Chatterjee and Spencer Zidarich | Digital Transitions
Reproducing the Negative: Rendering Considerations and Solutions
Jan Peppler | PhD and Independent Consultant
De-mystifying Grant Writing, Part 1: Creating Compelling Narratives That Funders are Excited to Support
Brady Wilks | Pixel Acuity
De-mystifying Grant Writing, Part 2: Finding Opportunities, Breaking Down Requirements, and Winning
Christina Moretta and Mike Levy | The San Francisco Public Library
Kai Caemmerer | SFO Museum at the San Francisco International Airport
Collaboration to Exhibition: Harvey Milk Archives Take Flight
Hannah Storch | Pixel Acuity
Holly Little | Smithsonian Institution
An EPICC Project: A Partnership with the National Museum of Natural History’s Paleo-Biology Department
Justin Donaldson and Julie Schweitzer | United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
New Space, New Capabilities: USHMM’s Archival Digitization Project and the Sobibor Perpetrator Collection
Yair Shahar | Phase One Industrial
The New Phase One iXH 150MP and 72mm MkII lens
Doug Peterson | Digital Transitions
DT and Pixel Acuity New Products and R+D Preview
Also, don’t miss out on our DT Coding Series Certification Capstone course! This is the final session of our coding series. This course will offer an extended look at combining all of the knowledge gained in the previous online sessions, and graduates will receive a diploma certifying they have become coding experts. Learn more about our last coding series event here. Coding capstone participants will receive free admission to the Virtual Round Table event.
We’ve provided a preliminary timeline for your convenience. Please note this is subject to change based. We recommend blocking off all day, both days if you don’t want to miss anything!
October 15 9:00-11:00 AM ET | Day 1 Morning Session
October 15 11:00-11:30 AM ET | Day 1 Morning Breakout
October 15 1:00-3:00 PM ET | Day 1 Afternoon Session
October 15 3:00-3:30 PM ET | Day 1 Afternoon Breakout
October 16 9:00-11:00 AM ET | Day 2 Morning Session
October 16 11:00-11:30 AM ET | Day 2 Morning Breakout
October 16 1:00-3:00 PM ET | Day 2 Afternoon Session
October 16 3:00-3:30 PM ET | Day 2 Afternoon Breakout
October 16 4:00-6:00 PM ET | Day 2 Happy Hour Hosted with Sommelier
Contact our marketing department with any questions on registration directly: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to see you online!
PS. Interested in hosting or speaking a future round table? Contact our events department for more info.
15 (Thursday) 9:00 am - 16 (Friday) 6:00 pm ET
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