Language Preservation and 3D Animations

Shannon Faulkhead, John James Bradley, Brent David McKee

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Abstract

DESCRIPTION:
In this presentation, John Bradley, Associate Professor at the Monash Indigenous Centre at Monash University; Shannon Faulkhead, Finkel Fellow at the Monash Indigenous Center, Monash Country Lines Archive; and Brent McKee, SensiLab Animator at the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University, feature the Monash Country Lines Archive (MCLA) project, an initiative undertaken by the Monash Language Center at Monash University that works with 3D animation as a method of intergenerational knowledge sharing and language revitalization. The project is aimed at reconnecting traditional language with its people and thus assisting in the preservation of Indigenous communities’ history, knowledge, poetry, songs, performance, and language. This session was part of the 2015 ATALM annual conference held in Washington, DC on September 9-12, 2015.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherSustainable Heritage Network
Media of outputOnline
Size47 min 30 secs
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sep 2015

Keywords

  • 3D animation
  • Indigenous Knowledges
  • Indigenous Stories

Cite this

Faulkhead, S. (Author), Bradley, J. J. (Author), & McKee, B. D. (Author). (2015). Language Preservation and 3D Animations. Audio / Visual Recording, Sustainable Heritage Network.
Faulkhead, Shannon (Author) ; Bradley, John James (Author) ; McKee, Brent David (Author). / Language Preservation and 3D Animations. [Audio / Visual Recording].
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Faulkhead, S, Bradley, JJ & McKee, BD, Language Preservation and 3D Animations, 2015, Audio / Visual Recording, Sustainable Heritage Network.
Language Preservation and 3D Animations. Faulkhead, Shannon (Author); Bradley, John James (Author); McKee, Brent David (Author). 2015. Sustainable Heritage Network.

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