TATE Émigré Art Archives Symposium - Tate Live Stream
The Émigré Art Archives symposium was the finale in a three year project to catalogue and selectively digitize three archive collections: Jankel Adler’s sketchbooks (https://www.tate.org.uk/art/archive/tga-201218/sketchbooks-of-jankel-adler), the papers of J. P. Hodin (TGA 20062) and the family papers of David Mayor (TGA 200730).
Participants were connected through a Zoom webinar, there was no live onsite audience. The concept was to use the reading room as a ‘studio’ for presentations. The event was a great success thanks to the quality of the production for the live stream which engaged the audience. The vision mixed transmission with name title graphics was received with much enthusiasm by the online attendees. In particular positive feedback was given with attention to detail as a high point.
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