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TimeImageOnline TIME/IMAGE is a heritage and collections consultancy. We predominantly work to enhance historical and cultural collections through research, digitisation,

We predominantly work to enhance historical and cultural collections through research, digitisation, curation, creative promotion, and improved online presence. We work with all kinds of collections, though moving image archives are our speciality. We at TIME/IMAGE appreciate that every collection is unique; it has a history that can’t be replicated and contains materials that can’t be replaced. Thus, every collection is valuable in its own distinctive and remarkable way. We want to help people appreciate the individuality and value of these resources by maximising the opportunities for access, exploration, and engagement. Ongoing technological innovation means that there are now more ways than ever to share collections – both digitally and physically. It doesn’t need to be complicated, difficult or expensive to enhance your collection, to promote it as a resource – for education, for entertainment, for inspiration – and prevent it from becoming and obsolete hoard, devoid of relevance in modern society. TIME/IMAGE was born out of a collaboration between the British Council, Counterpoint, and New Deal of the Mind as a part of the Digital Domesday project. The six-month placement was funded by the Future Jobs Fund scheme, which aimed to make jobs in the creative industries for young people aged 18-24. Following the success of this project, TIME/IMAGE became an independent entity early in 2011.

Mission: Access. Engage. Explore.

22/06/2016
Common Ground (1944)

Common Ground (1944)

As the war rages in Europe, allies of Britain keep their cultures alive in their National Houses. Find out more information about this title at britishcouncil.org/film.

Retweeted Arran Rees (@arranjrees):Look at our fancy new map showing the national activity of the @V_and_A #museums http...
17/06/2016
V&A · National work

Retweeted Arran Rees (@arranjrees):

Look at our fancy new map showing the national activity of the @V_and_A #museums https://t.co/FBed8nEH5B

We want the V&A to matter to more people and to inspire them wherever they live. We are committed to providing the best possible physical and intellectual access to all our collections and expertise throughout the UK, as well as at South Kensington and the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green. H...

Retweeted Sara Perry (@ArchaeologistSP):Looking to publish? Bulletin of the History of Archaeology @bhajournal seeks pap...
17/06/2016
Bulletin of the History of Archaeology

Retweeted Sara Perry (@ArchaeologistSP):

Looking to publish? Bulletin of the History of Archaeology @bhajournal seeks papers for its 2016 #openaccess volume https://t.co/PqAzIgtl6K

The Bulletin of the History of Archaeology (BHA) was inaugurated nearly 19 years ago as a forum to exchange research, information on on-going projects, and resources solely devoted to the history of archaeology. Since that time it has become global in its reach and interests, but retains its focus o...

Retweeted The AHRC Commons (@ahrccommons):Registration for our first national event is now open! Attend Common Ground in...
06/06/2016
Common Ground

Retweeted The AHRC Commons (@ahrccommons):

Registration for our first national event is now open! Attend Common Ground in York on 21st June by registering at https://t.co/RKUtecnlB1

Common Ground at the Ron Cooke Hub, University of York Tuesday 21st June 2016 On Midsummer’s Eve, hundreds of members of the AHRC Commons will gather at the first ever event of its kind. The Common Ground gathering will enable ideas and skills to be exchanged, new collaborations to be forged, networ...

Retweeted DiGRA-FDG2016 (@digra_fdg2016):The Early Bird Discount to save money on your ticket for the DiGRA & FDG Confer...
03/06/2016
Booking | DiGRA FDG Conference 2016

Retweeted DiGRA-FDG2016 (@digra_fdg2016):

The Early Bird Discount to save money on your ticket for the DiGRA & FDG Conference 2016 ends tomorrow! Register now https://t.co/0rbgwC99P9

At the same time as you register for the conference, you will be given the opportunity to register for the conference social events. Check the social events programme for details.

31/05/2016

Retweeted Lotte Belice (@lottebelice):

[email protected]: besides mobile tour, ppl go to Wikipedia during visit. So: as a museum make sure Wikipedia info is good #rijksmobile #yaassss

Join us on 23rd June as we explore 'Digital Re-Enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology': https://t.co/JuB6P1V8th
23/05/2016
Digital Re-Enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology

Join us on 23rd June as we explore 'Digital Re-Enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology': https://t.co/JuB6P1V8th

Digital Re-enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology Date: Saturday 11th June 2016 Time: 10.30am – 5.00pm Location: Nightingale Centre, Great Hucklow SK17 8RH Tickets: £20 (Catering/lunch and some transport included) In Landmarks (2015) the celebrated landscape writer, Robert Macfarlane, expresses hi...

Retweeted HSSR (@mmu_hssr):Digital Re-Enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology, featuring @iRNY @time_image @poetic_plac...
20/05/2016
Digital Re-Enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology

Retweeted HSSR (@mmu_hssr):

Digital Re-Enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology, featuring @iRNY @time_image @poetic_places @LongBarrowPress
https://t.co/VcybzhB2uG

Digital Re-enchantment: Place, Writing & Technology Date: Saturday 11th June 2016 Time: 10.30am – 5.00pm Location: Nightingale Centre, Great Hucklow SK17 8RH Tickets: £20 (Catering/lunch and some transport included) In Landmarks (2015) the celebrated landscape writer, Robert Macfarlane, expresses hi...

19/05/2016

Retweeted Ayshea Buksh (@AysheaBuksh):

BREAKING: #BritishMuseum @britishmuseum forced to close because of environmental #protest by @GreenpeaceUK .

19/05/2016

Retweeted Caffeine Jones (@M_Fkill):

I'm at #MandHShow later talking about Making A.V and digital hardware work in museums. Come and say hello, happy to answer any questions

Retweeted James Morley (@PhotosOfThePast):I shouldn't have favourites, but this beautiful early 1860s wet plate collodio...
16/05/2016
Beautiful early 1860s wet plate collodion portrait of lady #2

Retweeted James Morley (@PhotosOfThePast):

I shouldn't have favourites, but this beautiful early 1860s wet plate collodion portrait is a treasured possession https://t.co/eoigcIWV07

Stunning, stunning, stunning! I usually wait for other people's comments and opinions, but this has to be my favourite discovery in a long long time. It came to me in a very mixed batch of glass plate negatives bought at auction, but most others were early 20th century. But as soon as I saw this pai...

Retweeted Archiving Tomorrow (@Archiving2mro):https://t.co/1D2sV91hJJ EARLY BIRD RATES end May 13th 2016. Book now to av...
11/05/2016
Archiving Tomorrow 2016 | Fees and registration

Retweeted Archiving Tomorrow (@Archiving2mro):

https://t.co/1D2sV91hJJ EARLY BIRD RATES end May 13th 2016. Book now to avoid disappointment. Rate for all post the deadline will be €350

Archiving Tomorrow 2016 is an international conference covering aspects of media archiving and restoration discussing the revolution that is the transitional period between Film and Digital

06/05/2016

Great stuff from #MCGprojects today! We're enjoying it vicariously via the hashtag. :)

01/05/2016
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Retweeted Poetic Places (@poetic_places):

We've set up a page for Poetic Places so that we can tell you about updates on even more platforms! :) https://t.co/U5bDPFuhjb

Here's our latest project!Poetic Places is a free app for iOS and Android devices and the main outcome of a collaboratio...
01/05/2016
Poetic Places

Here's our latest project!

Poetic Places is a free app for iOS and Android devices and the main outcome of a collaboration between Sarah Cole of TIME/IMAGE and the British Library.

Poetic Places brings poetic depictions of places into the everyday world, helping you to encounter poems and literature in the locations described, accompanied by audiovisual materials drawn from archive collections.

Utilising geolocation services and push notifications, Poetic Places can let you know when you stumble across a place depicted in verse. Alternatively, you can browse the poems and places as a source of inspiration without travelling.

We've started with London-based content but we're planning to feature all sorts of places from all over the world. You can help us by sending us suggestions!

Poetic Places aspires to give a renewed sense of place, to bring together writings and paintings and sounds to mean more than they do alone, and to bring literature into your everyday life in unexpected moments.

Poetic Places brings poetic depictions of places into the everyday world, helping you to discover literature, history, and art.

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01/05/2016

TimeImageOnline's cover photo

Retweeted Creativeworks London (@Cworksldn):Join the Poetic Places team @time_image @britishlibrary for demo! #CWLfestiv...
26/04/2016
Poetic Places

Retweeted Creativeworks London (@Cworksldn):

Join the Poetic Places team @time_image @britishlibrary for demo! #CWLfestival https://t.co/5RH6iURFWE https://t.co/DSW3CI3dnD

14.30 - 15.30, Friday 29th April 2016 Room K018 - Ground Floor, King's College London This session is part of the Creativeworks London Festival. A full list of CWL Festival sessions can be found here. Poetic Places is a new and free mobile app for iOS and Android, produced in collaboration between S…

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