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cardiParty 2018-04 with Eddie Marcus

Join Eddie Marcus (the sharp mind behind the Dodgy Perth blog) for the shortest heritage pub trail ever. Eddie will explore the Greek and Roman architecture of three iconic Northbridge pubs. 6:30pm, Friday 13 April. Find out more… Read the whole post...

cardiParty 2018-03-Perth - Museum of Perth

Reece Harley, Executive Director and founder, will give an introductory talk about Museum of Perth, giving background info about the museum, and the current exhibition. 6pm, Friday 16 March. Find out more… Read the whole post...

cardiParty 2018-02-Perth with Adam Trainer

Friday 9 February 2018 Join Adam Trainer as he discusses the Alternative Frequencies: 40 Years of RTRFM exhibition, which celebrates four decades of the state’s longest running FM community radio station. Adam will chat about the curation process, the history of the station, and the exhibition’s relationship to SLWA's broader local music collections. Public Transport […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 23 – Michael Peach – Nostalgia Box

Perth November 2017 cardiParty Recorded live The very first Perth cardiParty where Michael Peach, Marketing Manager for the Nostalgia Box will discuss how this interesting museum came about. The Nostalgia Box is Australia’s very first interactive Video Game Console Museum where visitors can come and experience a fun and exciting return to their youth. Music by Professor Kliq […] Read the whole post...

GLAM Blog Club – December 2017

November was a month of balance for GLAM Blog Club. As always there were a lot of interesting takes on our theme. Happier Librarian talks about work-life balance, and gives us some great tips to achieve it. Nathan Sentance discusses the need to collect First Nation’s social media output to add balance to our collections […] Read the whole post...

cardiParty 2017.12.Perth – Curtin Library Makerspace

Join us for our next Perth cardiParty where Karen Miller, Curtin University Library Learning Coordinator & Academic, talks about the evolution of the Makerspace. The Curtin Library Makerspace was one of the first university library makerspaces in Australia, and has recently expanded with its much bigger location on the 5th floor of the Robertson Library. […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast Interviews: Vick Gwyn

newCardigan interviews Vick Gwyn, who was Assistant Curator of Photographs, Film & Sound, at the Australian War Memorial at the time of recording. During NLS8 Andrew Kelly conducted a series of interviews, the first of which is with Vick Gwyn, Creator/Curator of Kulture Kid Digest a monthly digest on culture in our lives. Vick discusses […] Read the whole post...

Cardi Party 2017.11.Perth – The Nostalgia Box

Join us for the very first Perth cardiParty where Michael Peach the Marketing Manager for the Nostalgia Box will discuss how this interesting museum came about. If we are lucky there will be time for games! The Nostalgia Box is Australia’s very first interactive Video Game Console Museum where visitors can come and experience a […] Read the whole post...

GLAM Blog Club – August 2017

Identity was the theme for July GLAM Blog Club. A wide range of topics were discussed this month, many were extremely personal and all of them were powerful. We thank all the cardies who shared openly and acknowledge and respect those who didn’t feel safe enough to. First up we have Nathan Sentance talking about […] Read the whole post...

CardiCast Interviews: Caroline Beatty

newCardigan interviews Caroline Beatty, founder Librarians for Refugees. Justine Hanna talks with Learning Experience Coordinator at PiCS, and Librarians For Refugees founder, Caroline Beatty. Librarians For Refugees is a grassroots movement. It is dedicated to being visible and active in working towards justice for asylum seekers and refugees.   https://media.blubrry.com/cardicast/p/newcardiganfiles.ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/cardicast/Caroline-Beatty-interview.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | […] Read the whole post...

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