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Community Curation of Small-Scale Animation and Video for Museums

Wednesday, 3 August, 3:45 - 5:15 pm
Forum: Learning Projects
Room 502B

How museum staff and volunteers can use newer technologies and techniques to storyboard, process, construct, and incorporate small-scale animation and video resources into gallery and education program design without detracting from the objects on display, cluttering the gallery space, or applying a logistical nightmare to an educator's presentation. Specifically, this paper covers development and production of three multimedia modules: a video project documenting Alaska Native artists at work, an animation project on the science of the Northern Lights, and a video-animation project that illustrates the cultural significance and function of the Inupiaq toggling harpoon head.

Roger Topp
University of Alaska Museum of the North
topp (at)

Herminia Din
University of Alaska Anchorage