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From Hidden into Light: The MIRA Canning Stock Route Archive launches


CoDA is proud to announce the launch in Perth, Australia of a united, tri-continental effort: MIRA Canning Stock Route Project Archive As its name suggests in Martu Wangka, Mira literally ‘brings the hidden into the light’ by creating public access to a remarkable collection of oral histories, images, videos and cultural content.

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Internship at CoDA

The Center for Digital Archaeology sponsors a thriving internship program, where young scholars and professionals learn state-of-the-art techniques and work on real-world projects. The techniques and skills you will develop at CoDA range from advanced digital photography to video editing, from 3D modeling to web content management. You will be actively involved in our field

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Immersive Course | Multimedia Microhistories

Immersive Course | 4 days full-day CoDA’s immersive four day courses are intended to provide a first degree fluency in digital tools and technologies for archaeology and cultural heritage. Training is limited to small groups with low student-instructor ratios, limited to 12 participants. Multimedia/Microhistory Production provides an in-depth investigation of storytelling frameworks, as well as

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Workshop | Multimedia – Field Production

Half Day Workshop 2nd Thursday of the Month, 10am-1:30pm Instructor Scott Calhoun Description The field production course separates the filmmakers from arm-chair critics. This is a hands-on, gear-heavy introduction to how to shoot video correctly. You will learn the basic operations of the video camera, troubleshooting practices, and also how to capture the different shots

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