1 CONFERENCE PROGRAM
national performing arts database project.
Joh Hartog, Project Manager. (Drama Department, Flinders University, SA )
Dancing. Michelle Potter,
Project Manager. (ScreenSound Australia, Canberra), and Julie Dyson, Ausdance.
Library. Robyn Holmes Curator of
Music National Library of Australia, on the proposed MusicAustralia
gateway and related projects, the sheet music collection at the National
Library, Richard Stone on print ephemera and PROMPT
collection of Australian theatre programs.
Association of Libraries and Museums of the Performing Arts (SIBMAS).
Richard Stone. Report on biennial meeting, Paris, September, 2000.
in performing arts collections in Europe, USA, and Japan by Janine
Barrand (Victorian Arts Centre) who travelled overseas as part of a Churchill
Fellowship in 2000.
AND EXPLORING PERFORMING ARTS COLLECTIONS
seeking Sarah Down Under . Author Corille
Fraser on researching Sarah Bernhardt in Australia for her book Come to dazzle (Currency Press/National Library of Australia, 1999)
Archer. actress, singer, author, festival director, and guest curator with
her own exhibition of choice pieces from the National Archives collection.
War Memorial. A presentation and display by the Research Centre revealing
the unexpected performing arts treasures in the collection - from 'Twinkletoes'
to Paradise Road to Jim Gerald in Palestine and Little Patty in Vietnam.
Acts: Queensland Performing Arts Museum Federation exhibition.
National Collection. Richard Stone
in a panel discussion on how well the distributed national collection is
working for Australian performing arts resources.
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