AICCM x SC@M Webinar: Make Your Own Conservation Videos
Learn to make high-quality conservation videos with digital curator Kate Pentecost! Presented in two parts, discover the fundamentals of making click-worthy content then put it into practice and shoot your own.
• Budgets: what to spend your money on and how to hack it on a beer-budget.
• Equipment essentials: nice to haves and what to splurge on to build your kit.
• Software/skills: where to focus your skills and places to learn for free/cheap online.
• People: working in a team or making it alone.
• Things to be careful of: copyright, music, policies within your organisation.
• Know your audience: who are they and what story are you telling them?
• Quick scripts and planning: get ready to shoot!
Get planning then take our workshop teaching basic audio recording, shooting simple video and time-lapses, editing tips + tricks, subtitles for accessibility, file export, and SEO to make your new video findable.
Dates + Time
Webinar: Thursday 28 May, 5.30pm–6.30pm
Weekend Workshop: TBC, bookings will open next week
FREE event. Book you place for the Webinar, places are limited: https://bit.ly/2AZF0pp
Presented by the AICCM Emerging Conservators SIG in partnership with Student Conservators at Melbourne (SC@M).
Kate Pentecost is a digital creative who writes and shares the stories of museum collections in surprising ways. Often found behind a camera, Kate has over five years experience in digital content and collection management at the Australian National Maritime Museum, working across the Digital/Web and Registration departments. Kate currently oversees the museum’s digitisation strategy for the collection and contributes to the content production for the museum’s blog and social media, with a focus on sharing the collection, telling its stories, and supporting exhibitions and programs.