The training is organised by Estonian Photographic Heritage Society, project manager Vahur Puik (email@example.com, +372 50 34 241)
This program is made possible by funding from the Baltic-American Freedom Foundation (BAFF). For more information about BAFF scholarships and speaker support, visit www.balticamericanfreedomfoundation.org.Also supported by the Estonian Ministry of Culture and Council of the Gambling Tax.
PARTICIPANTS25 participants, priority to Estonian participants with ~5 places reserved for colleagues from neighboring countries.
FEEFull fee 150 euros, reduced fee 120 (members of EPHS, partnering institutions).Fee covers training, catering (coffee breaks, lunches and dinner on first day).
TIMETABLEDay 1, Oct 17 – Estonian National Museum / Eesti Rahva Muuseum (Muuseumi tee 2, Tartu) 11.00–13.00 training13.00–13.45 lunch break13.45–17.30 training19.00 festive dinner in the analogue photography gallery Ag47 (Kastani 42, Tartu)
Day 2, Oct 18 – Estonian National Archives Noora building / Rahvusarhiivi peahoones Noora (Nooruse tn 3, Tartu) 9.00–10.00 training10.00–11.00 tour in the NA digitization unit11.00–13.00 training13.00–13.45 lunch13.45–17.00 training
Day 3, Oct 19 – Estonian National Archives Noora building / Rahvusarhiivi peahoones Noora (Nooruse tn 3, Tartu) 9.00–11.00 training13.00–13.45 lunch13.45–15.30 training
On Friday, October 19 Don Williams will give a public lecture “What is imaging science?” at 16.15 in the Physicum building of the University of Tartu (neighboring building to Noora, W.Ostwaldi 1, Tartu).Public lecture is free for everybody to attend, no registration required.
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