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cardiCast episode 70 – Arts Centre Melbourne

Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live The first cardiParty of 2020 has set the bar high with a massive tour of the Arts Centre Melbourne, inclusive of the Archive Store which host the Australian Performing Arts Collection, the Australian Music Vault Exhibition, as well as it’s Research Centre. It took 5 tour guides, the careful navigation […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 69 – National Herbarium of Victoria

Melbourne GLAM Tour Recorded Live This cardiCast (the last for 2019!) is something a little bit special. Word on the street is that getting into the Herbarium for a tour is pretty hard, but our friends at ALIA Vic allowed some of our cardiCore along to do a little recording and spread the love (and, […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 67 – Sale Water Tower

Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our November Melbourne cardiParty was a wonderful day trip to Sale, with a trip to the historical Sale Water Tower (designed by John Grainger), lunch at an impeccably restored pub called the Criterion (built circa 1865) and finally a river cruise to check out the swing bridge (also designed by […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 66 – The Presidential Debrief

Melbourne newCardigan Interview We asked you to ask our ex President, Justine Hanna, some questions about what her life in Libraries and GLAM network is like and what her plans are for the future. We thought it fitting that our current President, Clare Presser, asks or former President these cutting questions. What they actually did […] Read the whole post...

GLAM Blog Club – November 2019

It’s time to take a deep breath, because the busy month of October is done and dusted. Which is also true for the theme of Question. Shall we start with Ellen, who got in the spirit of things by asking us all a question? Does Hugh want us to think more about how we discover […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 65 – Queen Victoria Women’s Centre

Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our October Melbourne cardiParty was held at the Queen Victoria Women’s Centre and hosted by Jo Porter, CEO. Strap yourself in for a complex but enlightening 30+ mins of the trails and tribulations of running an iconic community service and space, that has been assisting women in Victoria with their […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast Episode 56 – Incinerator Gallery & ENVi Panel

Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live This cardiCast is a double header- we just cannot stop trying to cram in as much information as possible! In the first instance we are treated to a tour of the Incinerator Gallery and the historical importance of the building for the local community, as well as it’s architectural significance, […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast Episode 55 – Tim Sherratt

VALA Tech Camp Interview Recorded Live Tim Sherratt, Associate Professor of Digital Heritage at the University of Canberra, is a hacker and historian. Tim took some time out at VALA Tech Camp to talk to Andrew about his new obsession, Jupyter Notebooks. newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP. Sourced from […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast Episode 54 – Liz Stokes

Sydney newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live We headed up to Sydney for GLAMSLAM 2019 and hosted the first ever (maybe!) Sydney cardiParty at SLNSW. Our special guest speaker, Liz Stokes is the Senior Research Data Skills Specialist at the Australian Research Data Commons. If you want a crash course on metadata, its application in the field […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast Episode 53 – Incendium Radical Library (IRL)

Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Incendium Radical Library is a community library, reading room, and publishing press with a focus on radical politics and critical literature. The library started as a challenge the commodification of libraries, whether government, university, or council based. They see a mass production of a certain type of thinking which reproduces […] Read the whole post...

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