Canberra Conference 2017
September 28 - September 29
IAML Conference 2017 – Creating, collecting and curating in context
When: 28th – 29th September 2017
Where: National Library of Australia, Canberra.
Registrations opening soon!
Sponsors – Gold
Sponsors – Silver
The conference program is in development but we can already confirm the following:
- “The everlasting faint: Treasure hunting in the public domain” – Peter Miller (Sound designer – Scribbletronics)
- “The forgotten teacher – retaining contemporary musical sketches within a digital artistic world” – Dr. Natalie Williams (ANU School of Music)
- “Ballet on the ABC in its first decade” – Lynne Carmichael (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- “From content creators to content consumers” – James Lee (Australian Music Centre)
- “A music manuscript tsundoku-ist” – Ruth Williams
- “Preparation for recitals and auditions: Creating, collecting and curating information for tertiary performance students” – Ryan Weymouth (Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University Library)
- National Library and its music collections
- Other Canberra institutions, such as the ANU School of Music and National Film and Sound Archive to be confirmed
Workshop – Getting to know the score
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.
Yes there will be a dinner, more details to come.
September in Canberra is also time for the Floriade flower festival so register for the conference and book your accommodation early. We recommend you make use of accommodation services such as: