Mad Systems is an award-winning technology design and integration company specializing in interactive exhibits for museums and visitor centers. Mad creates long-lasting and easy-to-maintain systems using the latest technology and non-proprietary equipment. We cover a full range of services from traditional AV systems to the advanced QuickSilver® system.
Established in 1973, the Northeast Document Conservation Center is a non-profit organization with expertise in conserving book, photograph, and paper collections, digital imaging, audio reformatting, preservation training, assessments, and consultations. Notably, NEDCC’s “Ready – Or Not” Cultural Heritage Disaster Preparedness Project, funded by the California State Library, conducts free emergency preparedness assessments for California-based organizations responsible for cultural and historic resources, such as archives, libraries, museums, and tribal nations.
RLMG is an acclaimed digital design studio specializing in story-driven, immersive, and educational media installations for public spaces. People are at the heart of everything we make. Our past work with tribes includes the Agua Caliente Cultural Museum and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Cultural Center, as well as consultation with dozens of tribal nations for various projects in Idaho, Montana, and at the Smithsonian. We start each project with a deep respect for every voice and a commitment to a collaborative process.
The MediaPreserve, a division of Preservation Technologies, provides high-quality reformatting services for audio, video, and film. In addition, we have extensive experience working with the recordings from Native American and First Nations communities. Using expertly modified legacy equipment as well as current technologies, our staff of engineers, librarians, archivists, and metadata specialists transfer and document your collection materials according to professional standards and best practices so that your AV assets remain accessible into the future.
Vision Maker Media (VMM) is the premier source of public media by and about Native Americans and Alaska Natives since 1976. Many of the titles seen on local PBS stations are available for purchase at visionmakermedia.org/shop. Based at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, VMM has expertise in film and video archives.