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The Morgan Library and Museum Roundtable

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The Morgan Library & Museum

225 Madison Avenue

New York, NY 10016

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It’s that time of year again! We’re bringing some of the most preeminent leaders in Cultural Heritage to the Morgan Library & Museum in New York City to share their wisdom, knowledge, and experience at our annual round table discussion panel. This year’s panel is a stellar line-up of industry professionals covering a wide range of topics, including case studies of digitizing difficult materials, improving workflow efficiency, multi-spectral imaging, and the latest (and future) of industry technology. It’s sure to be an amazing and insightful experience for all involved. See you there!

This Year’s Speakers & Topics:

Digitizing the Carl Van Vechten Slides: The Complete Story

Eric Shows, New York Public Library



Saving Their Stories: Balancing Archival Digitization, Preservation, and Access

Michelle King, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum



Lessons Learned & Surprises in Making a Film Archive “Visible”

P.D. Young, Art Institute of Chicago



NatGeo’s “Firsts and Frontiers” Project: Digitally Preserving 130 Years of Science, Exploration, & Field Research

Julie McVey, National Geographic



Multi-Spectral Imaging Experiences

Mike Adamo, Duke University



Methodology Behind Complex Digitization Projects

Justyna Badatch, Philadelphia Museum of Art



The Latest Phase One Camera Innovations, Including a Sneak Peak at Where the Company is Going

Lau Nørgaard, Head of R+D, Phase One



The DT Digitization Guide for Film & Other Transmissive Materials

Doug Peterson, Head of R+D, Digital Transitions
Spencer Zidarich, Technical Specialist

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