Southeast Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association (SEAPAVAA)

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1996-02 Manila Philippines


Legally constituted and launched at First General Assembly, where Constitution was ratified and officers elected. Initiated at Conference Workshop on ASEAN Audio/Video and Film Retrieval, Restoration and Archiving, Manila (Philippines), 1993, where a framework for a comprehensive program for film/video archiving in the region and a recommendation to form an ASEAN confederation of film archivists was drew up. Idea of a regional association pursued at ASEAN Training Seminar on Film and Video Archive Management, a project of the ASEAN Committee on Culture and Information, Canberra (Australia), May 1995.


Provide a regional forum for addressing common issues and concerns related to the collection and preservation of, and provision of access to, the audiovisual heritage of member countries; promote development of audiovisual archiving at the national, regional and international levels; strengthen national capabilities in audiovisual acquisition, management, preservation and provision of access to collections through research, training and technology transfer, among other methods; establish regionwide standards, methods and procedures; advance the professional development and recognition of audiovisual archivists; cooperate with relevant international bodies toward achieving international recognition and support of AV archiving in the region.


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