International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives (IASA)
Association internationale d'archives sonores et audiovisuelles
Asociación Internacional de Archivos Sonoros y Audiovisuales
Internationale Vereinigung der Schall- und Audiovisuellen Archive
1969, as International Association of Sound Archives -- Association internationale d'archives sonores -- Internationale Vereinigung der Schallarchive. Constitution of 1978, amended 12 May 1983, Washington DC (USA). Current Constitution and By-Laws adopted 9 Sep 1985, Berlin (German DR); amended: 12 Sep 1988, Vienna (Austria); 29 Sep 1992, Canberra (Australia); 8 Dec 1995, by postal ballot; 22 Sep 1999, Vienna.
Strengthen cooperation between archives and other institutions which preserve sound and audiovisual documents; initiate and encourage activities to develop and improve the organization, administration and contents of recorded sound and audiovisual collections.
Events2022-09-26 | Mexico City, Mexico – Annual Conference
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