09:06 - 15 Jul 2015
We’re building a comprehensive digital archive of video, audio, documents and images related to the Canterbury Earthquakes of 2010 and 2011.
It’s not just about the shaking, but also about the struggles, the chaos and the creativity that followed.
Everyone has a story to tell — share yours with us.Share your story
Friends of CEISMIC
By becoming a Friends of CEISMIC volunteer, you can help us preserve the valuable knowledge, memories and experiences surrounding the 2010 and 2011 Canterbury earthquakes.
Whole House Reuse Exhibition
The unique challenge of reusing an entire house to save it from waste has formed the basis for a new and inspiring exhibition called Whole House Reuse to open at Canterbury Museum on 5 June 2015.
Web Archives from the National Library
Explore more than one hundred earthquake-related web archives from the National Library.
Christchurch Heritage Buildings: Then and Now
Alex our Digital Content Analyst has created a DigitalNZ set. The set shows before and after pictures of historic buildings which were damaged in the Canterbury earthquakes. You can share your sets, Tweet them, +1 them, upload to Facebook or simply email them to your friends.
Artwork by Julia Holden
Local artist Julia Holden has gifted digital copies and documentation of several large bodies of work that have been created since her move to Christchurch in 2012. The projects are all inspired by the unique city Holden discovered amidst the devastation, and her desire to contribute towards its restoration.
11:23 - 03 Jul 2015
09:33 - 30 Jun 2015
12:33 - 25 Jun 2015
Great turn out at @NDFNZ Bar Camp at UC today. Talking about geo tags, archiving ephemera, and harnessing value in collections this morning.
10:01 - 19 Jun 2015
09:55 - 08 Jun 2015
17:31 - 02 Jun 2015
14:35 - 02 Jun 2015
Sad day for CEISMIC as we farewell our DCA Alex King. bit.ly/1eB2oJ3 Enjoy your travels, Alex!
12:11 - 29 May 2015