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Kim Tomadjoglou: Creating Access to Silent Moving Images

Kim Tomadjoglou: Creating Access to Silent Moving Images

Kim Tomadjoglou: Creating Access to Silent Moving Images

School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures | Cinema and Media Studies Monday, October 26, 2020 10:30 am-11:30 am Online - Zoom

Kim Tomadjoglou is an audio-visual curator-archivist specializing in rights clearances, preservation, collections management, and museum programming, and has curated retrospectives at museums and festivals internationally. She has served as director of the American Film Institute's national collection and as principal liaison to the Library of Congress, where she was a 2019 Kluge fellow.

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Kim Tomadjoglou is an audio-visual curator-archivist specializing in rights clearances, preservation, collections management, and museum programming, and has curated retrospectives at museums and festivals internationally. She has served as director of the American Film Institute's national collection and as principal liaison to the Library of Congress, where she was a 2019 Kluge fellow.