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cardiCast episode 33 – Eddie Marcus

Perth April 2018 cardiParty Recorded live Eddie Marcus (the sharp mind behind the Dodgy Perth blog) takes us on the shortest heritage pub trail ever, exploring the Greek and Roman architecture of three iconic Northbridge pubs. There are arches, architects and anecdotes on this entertaining meander through the history of Perth architecture and pubs. The three […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 32 Madeline Veitch

newCardigan interviews … Madeline Veitch Clare Presser in conversation with Madeline Veitch – Research, Metadata, and Zine Librarian at SUNY New Paltz – in New York for the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) conference ”Out of Bounds”. Clare and Madeline discuss all things Zine! For more information about ARLIS/NA: @ARLIS_NA arlisna.org newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 31 Reece Harley

Perth February 2018 cardiParty Recorded live The Museum of Perth chronicles the social, cultural, political and architectural history of Perth. Their exhibition space serves as a meeting place of ideas and stories, a retail space, micro-cinema and a cultural hub in a forgotten part of the city. For our March Perth cardiParty, Reece Harley, Executive Director […] Read the whole post...

cardiParty 2018-05 with Anna Burkey

Join Anna Burkey for a preview of the SLV’s new StartSpace centre for early-stage entrepreneurs. Find out more… Read the whole post...

cardiParty 2018-04 Melbourne Open Mic Night

a GLAMRous storytelling event 20 April 2018 6.30pm Find out more… Read the whole post...

cardiCast Episode 30 – Annika Kristensen

Melbourne February 2018 cardiParty Recorded live Our February Melbourne cardiParty was held at ACCA, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, with Senior Curator Annika Kristensen taking us on a special tour of the exhibition Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism. Annika concentrated her discussion on a number of key artworks in the exhibition. https://acca.melbourne […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 29 – Adam Trainer

Perth February 2018 cardiParty Recorded live Adam Trainer, curator of the exhibition Alternative Frequencies: 40 Years of RTRFM which celebrates four decades of the state’s longest running FM community radio station, discusses the history of the station, the curation process and the exhibition’s relationship to SLWA’s broader local music collections. newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music by Professor Kliq […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 28 – Clare McKenzie and Kate Byrne – ILN

newCardigan interviews … Clare McKenzie and Kate Byrne.   During NLS8 the fabulous Andrew Kelly conducted several interviews. This is the last of the series. Andrew was lucky enough to chat with Clare McKenzie, Manager, Scholarly Content at the University of Wollongong (UOW) Library and  Kate Byrne, Research Platforms Product Manager at the software company, Symplectic.   […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 27 – Stephanie Milsom – Data Mining and Art

Melbourne December 2017 cardiParty Recorded live Stephanie Milsom discusses her recent exhibition, All of It, a collection of every piece of information Google has collected about her, every piece of data that she has left behind. Stephanie discusses data as art, digital privacy and just what is her relationship with her own data. stephaniemilsom.com newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 26 – Karen Miller – Curtin Library Makerspace

Perth December 2017 cardiParty Recorded live Karen Miller, Curtin University Library Learning Coordinator & Academic, talks about the evolution of the Makerspace as a learning space to foster the development of skills such as: digital literacies, critical thinking, complex problem solving, creative and iterative design and collaborative learning. It invites hands-on exploration of emerging technologies to […] Read the whole post...

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