Born digital: a symposium exploring digital architectural and built environment records

18 – 19 April 2016
Hawke Building Level 5, University of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide

PROGRAM

Monday 18 April 2016

Note: both workshops on Monday 18 April are in the Hawke Building on level 5 but the venues are different in the morning and in the afternoon.

View presentation synopses and presenter biographies (PDF, 108kb)

Morning Session – Council Room, Hawke Building Level 5

8.30am – 9am 

Register, Council Room, Hawke Building Level 5

9am – 9.10am 

Welcome

9.10am – 9.30am 

Introduction to ‘Securing and enabling access to knowledge for the future: archiving digital architectural records’ project
Christine Garnaut, Director: Architecture Museum, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia

Garnaut_Introduction.pdf

9.30am – 10.10am 

Archaeology of the Digital and born-digital archives at CCA
Tim Walsh, Digital Archivist, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

TW_Adelaide18 April2016_audio_ 64kbps.mp3

TW_Adelaide_18April2016_slides.pdf

TW_Adelaide_18April2016_text.pdf

10.10am – 10.25am

Questions and discussion

10.25am – 10.55am

MORNING TEA

10.55am – 11.15am

Securing and enabling access to knowledge for the future: archiving digital architectural records project findings
Chris Burns, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia 

Burns_ADAR_Images.pdf

Burns_ADAR_Words.pdf

10.55am – 11.15am

Questions and discussion

11.15am – 11.45am

Extracting metadata from the RMIT Storey Hall and the Ridgway Building digital corpus
Georg Grossman, School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, University of South Australia

Grossman_Extracting_Metadata.pdf

11.45am – 11.55am

Questions and discussion

11.55am – 12.10pm

Observations and reflections from practice
Glen Collingwood, Woods Bagot

12.10pm – 12.30pm

Discussion

12.30pm – 1.30pm

LUNCH (OWN ARRANGEMENTS)

Afternoon Session – Bradley Forum, Hawke Building Level 5

1.30pm – 1.45pm

Introduction and recap of morning workshop
Harriet Edquist, Director: RMIT Design Archives, RMIT University

1.45 – 2.05

BIM digital: An archiving problem, and a solution?
John Gelder, School of Natural and Built Environments, University of South Australia

Gelder_BIM_Digital.pdf

2.05 – 2.25

Long term model management and model transformations
Markus Stumptner, School of Information Technology and Mathematical Sciences, University of South Australia

2.25 – 2.30

Comment
Richard Choy, NATSPEC

2.30 – 3.00

AFTERNOON TEA

3.00 – 4.15

Archiving born digital project files: Ward_4d_Digital.pdfThe why and the how, and the implications and challenges for architectural and built environment practitioners
Workshop facilitated by Harriet Edquist

4.15 – 4.30

Summary

Tuesday 19 April 2016

Morning Session – Bradley Forum, Hawke Building Level 5

9.00am – 9.10am

Welcome and overview of day 1
Christine Garnaut, Director: Architecture Museum, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia

9.10am – 9.25am

A 4-D digital record of construction: From student learning to use in practice?
Stephen Ward, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia

Ward_4d_Digital.pdf

9.25am – 9.35am

Questions and discussion

9.35am – 9.50am

Archiving X: An agile approach to documenting parametric architecture
Tim McGinley, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia

McGinley_Archiving_X.pdf

9.50am – 10.00am

Questions and discussion

10.00am – 10.30am

MORNING TEA

10.30am – 12.00am

Where to next?
Workshop facilitated by Christine Garnaut

12noon – 2pm

LUNCH (OWN ARRANGEMENTS)

The Architecture Museum, Kaurna Building, Level 2, will be open. The Museum has a display on digital archives.

Other venues to visit: at UniSA, Samstag Museum of Art and Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, both Hawke Building; SASA Gallery, Kaurna building; and Jam Factory, Morphett Street

Afternoon Session – Bradley Forum, Hawke Building Level 5

2.00pm – 2.10pm

Welcome + relevant key points from workshops
Harriet Edquist, Director: RMIT Design Archives, RMIT University

2.10pm – 2.30pm

Valuing the Intangible: Reflections on the concept of cultural significance and the digital architectural record
Julie Collins, Collections Manager: Architecture Museum, School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia

Collins_Valuing_the_Intangible.pdf

2.30pm – 2.40pm

Questions and discussion

2.40pm – 3.20pm

Catching up with the present: Archiving born-digital records of architecture and design
Tim Walsh, Digital Archivist, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal

TW_Adelaide19 April2016_audio_64kbps.mp3

TW_Adelaide_19April2016_slides.pdf

TW_Adelaide_19April2016_text.pdf

3.20pm – 3.30pm

Questions and discussion

3.30pm – 3.40pm

SHORT BREAK

3.40pm – 4.20pm

Born digital architectural and built environment archives: Exploring the imperatives and implications for archives, libraries and museums
Workshop facilitated by Harriet Edquist

4.30pm – 4.30pm

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