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The Policies and Procedures contained in this document are subject to change at the sole discretion of SF Commons and Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC). SF Commons is a program of BAVC; throughout this policies document, the names SF Commons and BAVC are used interchangeably. The most recent version of Policies and Procedures can always be found on the BAVC website (bavc.org/sfcommons). By utilizing SF Commons facilities and services, you agree to be bound by the most current version of these Policies and Procedures. Please carefully review this entire document and review it from time to time, as Policies and Procedures may change.

Guides
SF Commons

This is the accompanying slides to the presentation Quality in Quantities: QCTools for Mass-Digitization presented at the International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA) 47th Annual Conference on September 28th, 2016 in Washington, D.C. 

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Preserve Media

Proyecto Cambio, the second film in the Abriendo Las Cajas series, is designed as a tool for educators, media allies and community members to inform and advocate for a more positive and socially responsible Spanish Speaking Media in the United States. Abriendo las Cajas is a collaborative project between La Clinica de la Raza, Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC) and ZeroDivide.

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Self Care Tool-kit
General BAVC
Youth Programs
Self Care Tool-kit
General BAVC
Self Care Tool-kit
General BAVC

BAVC received funding from the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation to support a unique, collaborative effort to digitally preserve and exhibit seminal Bay Area audiovisual works that would otherwise be lost forever. BAVC's Preservation department worked with graduate students in California College for the Arts' Curatorial Practice program to assess hundreds of audiovisual assets from the archives of four iconic Bay Area art institutions — Southern Exposure, Headlands Center for the Arts, SF Cinematheque, and Intersection for the Arts — selecting 40 key pieces that have now been digitally preserved. Spanning the genres of experimental film, visual arts, literature, performance, music, and educational programs, the artists and works selected represent the unique vitality, diversity, and experimental nature of the Bay Area’s art scene, from the 1960s to the present.

BAVC then presented, in collaboration with CCA’s graduate program in Curatorial Practice, Lost Treasures, a three-part program and online archive that showcases these works– some, for the very first time. Written responses to the project, which are collected here, were posted every Wednesday throughout June in conjunction with the BAVC blog.

Lost Treasures was made possible by a grant from the Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation. It is a project of Bay Area Video Coalition’s Preservation program in collaboration with the Graduate Program in Curatorial Practice at California College of the Arts, and was supported by the Center for Art and Public Life, Oakland with the cooperation of Headlands Center for the Arts, Southern Exposure, Intersection for the Arts and San Francisco Cinematheque.

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Partnerships + Projects

Gifs to help cope with anxiety attacks:

https://mic.com/articles/127062/looking-at-this-viral-gif-could-be-the-perfect-way-to-cope-with-an-anxiety-attack#.xGtQeteIb

 

This list was compiled by This World is a Terrible Place and the Icarus Project.

http://www.theworldisaterribleplace.com/ohcrap/health-considerations/mental-health/


New kitten pics when you refresh the page. Seriously. Sometimes that’s all it takes to get through the day. Enjoy.

http://www.emergencykitten.com/

 

Gifs to help you breathe and relax

http://www.destressmonday.org/6-gifs-help-relax/

 

Self Care Tool-kit
General BAVC

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