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11.05.2021Lenkungsgruppen-Treffen (LG) I (internes Arbeitstreffen)Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen
06.06.2021Initiative für die Archive der Freien Darstellenden Künste  
28.06.2021

AG ARCHIV digitales Arbeitstreffen: Block II: 12.30-15.00 Uhr: Einzelne Projekte zum Thema Digitalität in den Performing ArtsMediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen
08.07.2021Digitales Beiratstreffen des FID Darstellende Kunst 2021: 7. Beitratstreffen, Block I: 10.00 – 11:30 UhrVorstellung des DFG-Projektes „Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen“
13.07.202117. Webkonferenz der AG AV Ressourcen “Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”: Projektpräsentation mit detaillierten Ausführungen und Erfahrungen zu kontrolliertem Vokabular im Bereich Darstellender Kunst 
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.5116431
30.09.2021 Sammlung trifft Forschung 2021: „Untold Stories – Neue Perspektiven für Sammlung und Forschung der Darstellenden Künste“Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
01.10.20214D – Dimensionen – Disziplinen – Digitalität – Daten: Tagung zum 20-jährigen Jubiläum von prometheus“Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
07.10.2021/
08.10.2021 
Auftaktworkshop/ Kick-Off (WS 1) + internes Arbeitstreffen mit Projektpartner:innen und LG II“Mediatheken vernetzen”
19.11.2021 NFDI4C: 2. Culture Community Plenary“Digital vernetzen und nachhaltig verzeichnen_Audiovisuelle Ressourcen und Ereignisse im Bereich Darstellende Kunst”
10.03.2022 DHd 2022 PosterpräsentationPoster “Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6328042
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.6322493
24.03.2022/ 25.03.2022 Hands-On Workshop “Mediatheken vernetzen II” (WS II) + internes Arbeitstreffen mit Projektpartner:innen und LG III“Mediatheken vernetzen II”
DOI 10.5281/zenodo.6645890
14.09.2022 Colloquium Audio-visual recordings/photographs of theatre productions, Plzen“Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
19.09.2022mv:dk-Datathon in Kooperation mit der Hochschule Mainz / Fachbereich Gestaltung – Kommunikationsdesign, Mainz 19.09.2022 – 23.09.2022 “Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
28.09.2022/
30.09.2022 
ENICPA General Assembly and Public Workshop in Oslo“Interlinking Media Libraries”
29.09.2022 “Matters of Urgency” – 15. Kongress der Gesellschaft für Theaterwissenschaft, Freie Universität Berlin„Matters of Mediality“ – Definition und Status von Mediensammlungen, Medienarchiven und Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst
14.10.2022 mv:dk-Austauschtreffen “Daten- und Zugriffsmanagement” mit Datenpartner:innen“Daten- und Zugriffsmanagement” – mv:dk
02.12.2022 Digitales Arbeitstreffen “Sammlung trifft Forschung 2022″Digitaler Workshop „Medien als Dokumentations- und künstlerische Objekte in der Ausbildungspraxis“ (WS 2.2)
09.02.2023 VDB-Workshop “Eine Kunst für sich. Bibliotheken der Darstellenden und Bildenden Kunst und ihre Wege der Informationsversorgung”“Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
20.02.2023 Beiratssitzung des FID DK 2023Projektziele und Projektstand “Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
14.09.2023NFDI4Culture Forum „PERFORMANCE – PRODUKTIONEN – DATEN: Modellierung und Vermittlung ereignisbezogener Informationen““Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
01.03.2024DHd 2024 “Zusammenführung audiovisueller Ressourcen für tanz- und theaterwissenschaftliche Forschung. Mediatheken der Darstellenden Kunst digital vernetzen”
https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10698222
zuletzt aktualisiert 21.06.2024

mv:dk – English version

Digitally connecting Media Libraries of the Performing Arts

Media libraries at institutes of theater and dance studies

Institutions of theater studies at universities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland often possess extensive audiovisual collections that are relevant for research. However, the richness and uniqueness of their contents are not widely visible to the public and their preservation often presents a great challenge for the institutions. Since early 2018, researchers in theater studies, librarians and archivists from German-speaking universities and non-university research institutions have been meeting in the working group ARCHIVE within the Society for Theater Studies to discuss the practical and theoretical implications of audiovisual media for theater research and education, as well as to exchange information about their AV collections. Based on this working group, it was decided to conduct a first survey with the goal of providing information about the holdings in the media libraries and collections, and thus to create comparability between the holdings of the various institutions.

The research project “Digitally connecting Media Libraries of the Performing Arts”

The survey of the media libraries of the performing arts provides a first overview of the type, scope, level of cataloguing, and degree of digitization of their holdings. The rich, extensive, and often unique collections identified by participating institutions are often well catalogued. However, the isolation of these media libraries – often even the (meta-)data for individual objects is only limitedly available on-site and only accessible to local groups (students and teachers) – makes it difficult for external researchers and students to discover potentially researchable holdings and their locations. The value of these collections is often difficult to determine and communicate within the institutions due to this limited usability and comparability. The goal of the project “Digitally connecting Media Libraries of the Performing Arts” , funded by the German Research Foundation since 2021, is to create a central access point for researchers and students to search for information on audiovisual media and the performances, shows, and events of the performing arts represented therein. The basis for this is the development of workflows and the establishment of an infrastructure for media library metadata to search and research audiovisual holdings in theater and dance institutes, such as universities, art schools, or independent media libraries, as well as the development of consulting services for the research community of theater and dance studies on sustainable management of audiovisual media. The work program for implementing the project is divided into four stages. Cross-cutting tasks such as public relations, documentation, and evaluation of project processes, as well as exchange formats with the professional community, will be implemented in parallel with the project.

  • Development of prototype workflows for the exchange of media library metadata
  • Evaluation of the developed workflows
  • Implementation of the results 
  • Testing interactive tools for a virtual research environment 
  • Cross-cutting tasks: public relations, documentation, evaluation, and exchange formats with the professional community

In the context of the two-year project, a standardized and schematized workflow will be developed to model and structure the aggregated media library metadata and transfer it to the new to be developed mvdk portal. Subsequently, the data will be integrated into the comprehensive search of the portal performing-arts.eu, developed by the Specialised Information Services for the Performing Arts (SIS).

As part of the two-year project, a standardised and schematised work process will be developed .

The working structure of the research project

The applicant for the project is the Specialised Information Services Performing Arts, as well as the International Theater Institute Germany with its media library for dance and theater. The project “Digitally connecting Media Libraries of the Performing Arts” will be carried out in close cooperation with the Institute for Theater, Film, and Media Studies (tfm) at the University of Vienna. Further cooperation partners are the Institute for Theater Studies at the Freie Universität of Berlin, the Theater Studies department at Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich (twm), the Institute for Applied Theater Studies (ATW) at the Justus Liebig University Giessen, and the Research Institute for Music Theater (fimt) at the University of Bayreuth. The project’s workflow will be accompanied by a steering group to ensure continuous quality assurance and give weight to the demands and wishes of the professional community, as well as to ensure the necessary impetus for the active participation of colleagues. In addition to the professional representatives, individuals with technical expertise were invited to participate in the steering group to make an important contribution to the success of the project.

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