TIME/IMAGE is a consultancy for the cultural heritage sector, specialising in creative and digital projects. We work to enhance collections of all kinds through our comprehensive range of services.
We appreciate that every collection is unique; it has a history that can’t be replicated and contains materials that can’t be replaced. Every collection is valuable in its own distinctive way. And there are now more ways than ever to share these remarkable collections. 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.
We want to help people appreciate the individuality and value of cultural and heritage resources by maximising the opportunities to enable access, encourage exploration, and provoke engagement.
Advice, Cataloguing, Content, Creative Development, Curation, Digitisation, Events, Featured, Film Services, Print, Project, Project Management, Publicity, Research
Our flagship project, the British Council Film Collection is a fascinating collection of ~120 short cultural propaganda films from the 1940s. We worked to research, digitise, and provide content around this remarkable film archive with remarkable worldwide success.
Camden New Wave was a ten day arts programme which challenged the borough’s most creative minds and artists to produce and present collaborative, audience-engaging work in public spaces in just fifty days.
Content, Creative Development, Curation, Events, Featured, Film Services, Print, Project, Project Management, Research, Social Media, Web Design
Poetic Places is a free app for iOS and Android devices and the main outcome of a collaboration with 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.
The Museums Computer Group’s Museums on the Web (UKMW) conference is one of my favourite annual events for the cultural heritage sector, packed with great speakers and interesting attendees. This year the event rebranded as Museums+Tech and was held on Wednesday 19/10/16 at the Wellcome Collection, London.
Our Storify-ed tweets and retweets from the Discovering Collections Discovering Communities 2016 conference.
Asked to digitise some faded slides, we dabble in a little colour restoration.