Members of the JVMG team will be presenting at or attending the following upcoming conferences, workshops and other events:
Material or Metaverse: Creative Course on Artificial Intelligence and Digital Media (April 22 – June 15), Session 4 (Animation Archive and Annotation Workshop), May 13, Heidelberg
The Material or Metaverse course is a part of the 2023 German-Chinese Media Summer Academy for Youth in cooperation with the China Animation Archive Museum Nanjing. Magnus Pfeffer will be presenting at Session 4 in Heidelberg on May 13: Animation data access and producing (Practical Workshop on Animation Archive and Annotation by Heidelberg Center for Transcultural Studies).
FanLIS 2023, May 18, online
The theme of the FanLIS 2023 symposium, organized by CityLIS, is “Halliday Journals and holodecks: audiences and information in sci-fi fandoms.” Although this year we will not be presenting, we are very much looking forward to attending the premier event bringing together fan studies and library information science.
Mechademia conference, May 27-29, Kyoto
The upcoming Kyoto Mechademia conference is organized by Mechademia together with the Kyoto International Manga Museum, and will feature the theme Aftermath. We will be presenting on the difficulties and significance of trying to compile a “complete” list of all anime together with Hideyuki Ōtsubo, Executive Director of the Japan Animation Creators Association, and also representing the Anime Tokusatsu Archive Centre, as well as the anime data collection leg of the Media Arts Database.
Workshop on ontologies and data modelling for narrative and fiction, July 3-4, Groningen
We will be participating in the workshop organized by Federico Pianzola at the Jantina Tammes School of Digital Society, Technology and AI, University of Groningen, as part of the first steps in the GOLEM project.
GrapHNR 2023, July 18-21, Mainz
We will be presenting a poster demo on the JVMG frontend at the Graphs and Networks in the fourth dimension – time and temporality as categories of connectedness conference organized by the Historical Network Research community and Graphs & Networks in the Humanities.