On Wednesday 13 July 2016 I attended a meeting of Music Librarians and music library staff from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) and the University of Queensland (UQ) who gathered together to share knowledge and practices unique to music libraries.
Thank you to everyone who applied for bursaries available to attend the 2016 IAML Australia conference in Brisbane - Local History, Local Music. We are pleased to announce the winners - Samuel Cottell, Julie Cohen and Jasmine Darlington-Rielly.
IAML Australia is pleased to be holding the IAML Australia 2016 Conference at the historic Brisbane site, The Ship Inn. The block of land on which The Ship Inn would be built on was purchased by Daniel Donivan in 1864 and began construction on his hotel which was to be named the Railway Hotel which would open in 1866.
We are pleased to support 3 lucky delegates in their attendance at the 2016 Conference by offering a Travel Bursary(2 x recipients) and a Photography Bursary (1 x recipient). Applications close 15 July 2016.
‘Getting to know the score’ is a session tailored to library staff who work in some capacity with music such as providing sheet music or CDs for loan, offering digital access to music databases or answering music-related queries. The session will cover topics such as online music resources, search strategies to find scores and recordings, music copyright, and also musical projects that are happening in libraries around the world.