From October 03, 2013 9:00 am until October 04, 2013 5:00 pm Save to calendar
"Creativity and collaboration in providing access to music collections & reference services"
Our forthcoming annual conference is an opportunity for professionals and stakeholders across public, private, education and government sectors to share best practice and new ideas. Creativity is pivotal to all aspects of working with music collections and services, from curating archival collections, to developing events programmes, or establishing new projects to meet the needs of clients whether they are members of the public, orchestras, community groups or students, and even creative thinking, budgeting or planning. Creativity and collaboration often come hand in hand.
You are welcome to register your place for Perth online by clicking 'Join' and multiple places can be registered in one booking. Alternatively you can download a booking form in Word or PDF format to return via post or email. Our registration fees are;
IAML Australia Member Rates
Full (2 Day) Registration : $100
1 Day Only Registration : $60
Student : $60
Full (2 Day) Registration : $120
1 Day Only Registration : $80
Student : $60
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IAML Australia Annual Dinner : $40*
*If you wish to join us for dinner this must be paid for as part of your registration. Please use one of the '+ Dinner' options during the booking process. Guests can also be added using the 'Additional Dinner Guest' ticket.
Our 2013 programme will see our familiar format of paper presentations enhanced with some critical training offerings encorporating music enquiries & handling music materials for the non-specialist and music in RDA for members getting to grips with the impact of the new standard. This page will be updated as speakers and events are confirmed and a more formal draft programme will be publishing in the coming weeks. As always attendees are invited to a private dinner on the Thursday evening to continue the networking!
Thursday, 3 October
A Fresh Look: the First-Timer in the Cross-Disciplinary Jungle
Dr Nicholas Bannan, Associate Professor in Music Education/Coordinator, Postgraduate Studies, School of Music, The University of Western Australia
The Armchair Musicologist
Emeritus Professor David Tunley, Senior Honorary Research Fellow, The University of Western Australia
Cesar Cui: The unknown Piano works
Kirill Monorosi, Australian Institute of Music
Australian Contemporary Percussion Music
Louise Devenish, Doctoral candidate, The University of Western Australia
Exploring the Callaway Centre Archives:
John Blacking Collection
Dr Jennifer Post, Senior Honorary Research Fellow, The University of Western Australia
Eileen Joyce collection
Dr Victoria Rogers, Associate Professor, School of Music, The University of Western Australia
RILM – Australian committee contacts and Australian contributions
Linda Papa, Librarian, The University of Western Australia and Denise Tobin, Librarian, University of Adelaide
Forum: A Research Impact Advisory Service and its application for music and creative practice
Panel members include:
Georgina Binns, Music, Visual and Performing Arts Discipline Librarian, The University of Melbourne
Friday, 4 October
The Implications of Linked Data and the Semantic Web for music libraries
Dr Toby Burrows, Manager, eResearch Support and Digital Developments Unit, Information Services, The University of Western Australia
Accessible content should be everyone’s Forte: developing the National Library’s sheet music app
Jenna Bain, Content Coordinator, National Library of Australia
How does Digital Curation enable the dissemination of Australian Jazz?
Dr. Tim Nikolsky, author and producer of The Australian Jazz Real Book project
Role of Public Libraries in the provision of music resources for the general public
Margaret Whittaker, Casual Librarian at City of Sydney Library Service and Willoughby Council Libraries
The Western Australian New Music Archive Project: Performing as remembering
Dr Lisa MacKinney, Western Australian New Music Archive Project Officer, State Library of Western Australia.
Launch of Getting to know the score: training for non-music specialists
RDA implications for Music
Rebecca Gibbs, Music Acquisitions and Cataloguing, National Library of Australia