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ANRI Indonesia, SEAPAVAA promises to protect audiovisual archives

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Solo (ANTARA) – The National Archives of the Republic of Indonesia (ANRI) and the Southeast Asia-Pacific Audio Visual Archives Association (SEAPAVAA) committed to protecting audiovisual archives from damage at a conference in Solo, Central Java, Tuesday.

“This meeting is very important because audiovisual archives continue to experience the threat of damage, both due to weather, temperature, humidity and lack of awareness,” said ANRI Chairman Imam Gunarto at the 28th SEAPAVAA Conference 2024.

He emphasized the importance of preserving these archives, highlighting the large collection of historical treasures stored in scattered audiovisual materials.

“Audiovisual archives are a record of a nation’s journey,” he said. “Our goal is to ensure the preservation of all audiovisual archives and guarantee public access to them.”

The conference attracted hundreds of participants, including representatives from 21 countries.

“This meeting brings together the entire community of audiovisual archive managers, not only including government institutions but also individuals,” explained Gunarto.

During the event, the Ruler of the Mangkunegaran Palace, the 10th Duke of Mangkunegara, emphasized the importance of fostering relationships between participants to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and resources.

“This is the key for us to be able to learn from each other and complement existing data to form more holistic knowledge,” he added.

He expressed his gratitude to the Dutch Institute of Sound and Vision (NISV) for providing audiovisual archives of dance performances in the Netherlands in 1937 featuring his ancestor, Gusti Nurul.

“Therefore, I am very happy to be part of this collaboration,” he said.

ANRI and NISV also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) which focuses on fostering cooperation in the field of audiovisual archives.

The MoU is a continuation of the Cultural Cooperation Agreement between Indonesia and the Netherlands which was signed in Jakarta on July 7 1968.

Agreed areas of cooperation include the exchange of digital inventories and metadata of historical audiovisual archives and collections for educational and historical purposes. In addition, this MoU paves the way for joint exhibitions and publication of audiovisual archives from both countries.

Furthermore, the collaboration includes the exchange of knowledge on media literacy and digital inclusion, as well as the joint nomination of audiovisual documentary heritage in the International Memory of the World Register.

This collaboration also includes increasing capacity in the field of archive and audiovisual collection management as well as other collaboration possibilities, as well as obtaining a written agreement between ANRI and NISV.

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Translator: Aris Wasita, Cindy Frishanti Octavia
Editor: Anton Santoso
Copyright © ANTARA 2024

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