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Brisbane Conference 2016
September 29, 2016 - September 30, 2016
IAML Australia 2016 Conference Brisbane – Local History, Local Music.
The #iamlbris16 program will feature inspirational keynotes from some of Queensland’s most iconic music professionals, and papers showcasing local history and music projects from around Brisbane and Australia. The use of special library collections will be highlighted and the importance of these collections to local history explored.
29 & 30 September 2016
Local History, Local Music
Register for the IAML Australia Brisbane 2016 Conference via our Eventbrite site
Professor Peter Roennfeldt (QCGU)
Researching Queensland’s Music – Some Reflections, Revelations and Results (read more…)
Mr John Willsteed (QUT)
Folds in Time: Sharing pop/sub/counter cultural history using artists as storytellers (read more…)
Disaster Management/Conservation workshop by Grant Collins, Manager of Collection Preservation at the State Library of Queensland (read more…)
Getting to know the score workshop — Promotional flyer for participants and Library managers – pdf
This popular workshop is an essential professional development opportunity for non-specialist library staff dealing with music related requests at public, state and academic libraries. Whether you work at the reference desk, are loaning CDs, need to find sheet music for your clients, want a more musical rhyme time, or are looking for advice on collection development, this workshop will get you up to speed. Attendance at this half-day workshop is included in the day 1 registration.
The Ship Inn – Located next to the Brisbane River in the vibrant South Bank precinct and surrounded by beautiful purple bougainvillea, The Ship Inn is a special piece of local history. This iconic South Bank Hotel was constructed in 1864 and was once a rowdy sailors drinking den now transformed into a civilised gastro pub and quaint conference venue with views to die for. The Ship Inn is conveniently located within easy walking distance of all conference tour venues.
Pre-conference tour of QUT Library and The Cube – 4-5pm Wednesday 28 September (read more…)
Conference Dinner 29th September:
Need a ticket for the conference dinner and didn’t get one when registering? Then Dinner tickets can be purchased for just $49. Payment can be made to:
IAML Australia Inc.
Please contact our Treasurer, Denise Tobin, if you require an invoice to pay against and to tell us of any dietry requirements.
We are pleased to support 3 lucky delegates in their attendance at the 2016 Conference. Samuel Cottell and Julie Cohen were the successful recipients of the Travel Bursary and Jasmine Darlington-Rielly recived the Photography Bursary. Congratualtions! (read more…)
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There are many accomodation options within walking distance of South Bank to suit any budget. Wotif and booking.com are great places to find your perfect conference accomodation or be brave and try Airbnb!
Image: Illustrated front cover from The Queenslander, April 1, 1937 – Picture Queensland – used with permission.
Image: The Ship Inn; Credit: Amy Walduck