Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art

Reports and Catalogs

The Electronic Media and Film Program (EMF) collection also archives official reports and white papers from national arts institutions including National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), American Film Institute (AFI), and National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture. The collection also houses reports and presentation materials from other conferences of specialized topics, e.g., Minority Writers Conference on Television Production and Collections Management Technology Conference. Common topics in this series include community media, youth media, media preservation, and documentary filmmaking, etc.

This series also holds various catalogs from arts institutions (e.g., the Museum of Modern Art, the Everson Museum of Art, the Asian American Media Archive, and the NYSCA Video Archive, etc.) and arts organizations (e.g., Women Make Movies, Third World Newsreel, etc.).

Fig 1. Mitsuru Meike, The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai, 2003.
Promotional material related to the film used in Ruby Rich's presentation.

Fig 2. B. Ruby Rich, "Top Girl" Village Voice, 1991.
Newspaper clippings from Village Voice, October 8, 1991.

Fig 3. Women Make Movies: Film and Video, 2005.
Catalog by Women Make Movies. Front cover photograph from Highway Courtesans (2004) by Mystelle Brabbée.

Fig 4. Imagining the [UN]thinkable, 2007.
Catalog by Funding Exchange Media Justice Fund. Cover images from Vietnamese American Television, Chica Luna Productions, and People's Production House.

Fig 5. Youth Powered Video: A Hands-on Curriculum For Teaching Documentary, 2006.
Resource book by Educational Video Center.