Day 2 - TBM Symposium 2022
Time-based Media (TBM) artworks are characterized by having a durational element, such as sound, performance, light, or movement, which unfolds to the viewer over time via slide, film, video, software, or the internet. Preserving them presents particular challenges, given their conceptual nature and use of components that extend well beyond traditional categories of art materials.
In order to meet the ever-increasing complexities of TBM art conservation, the next generation of media conservators must cross over the disciplinary boundaries of computer science, material science, media technology, engineering, art history, and conservation.
Thanks to generous funding from the Mellon Foundation, the Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University has designed and implemented the Time-based Media (TBM) Art Conservation Education and Training Program, the first of its kind in the US.
This webinar will present teaching concepts developed by instructors, as well as student perspectives over four years of curriculum implementation. Educators and professionals from other programs are invited to discuss their teaching approaches in the classroom and beyond. Resources developed at the Conservation Center will be shared to promote TBM art conservation education and training and to inspire others embarking on similar initiatives.
For further information, please visit https://www.tbmatnyu2022.com/.
Organizers and moderators: Dr. Hannelore Roemich, Hagop Kevorkian Professor of Conservation, and Christine Frohnert, Research Scholar and TBM Program Coordinator, at the Conservation Center, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Contact for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org.