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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 68 – Mirrabooka Innovations Lab

Perth newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our November cardiParty was at the Mirrabooka Innovations Lab. Shana Coyle, Librarian, and Anne Boyland, Branch Librarian, talk about some of the innovative STEAM programs developed by Librarians for the Lab since its launch in 2018. This was a special cardiParty as it was our last for the year 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...

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 64 – Royal Perth Hospital Museum

Perth newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our September Perth cardiParty was held at the Royal Perth Hospital Museum. Thanks to Oonagh Quigley who gave us an intro to the museum and talked about some complexities of managing a medical collection. newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP. Sourced from Free Music Archive […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 63 – National Archives of Australia, WA Office

Perth newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our August Perth cardiParty was held at the new National Archives of Australia, WA Office. Thanks to Kay Newman who spoke about the move and took cardies on a tour of their new premises. newcardigan.org glamblogs.newcardigan.org Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP. Sourced from Free Music Archive […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast episode 62 – BrokenShips

Melbourne newCardigan cardiParty Recorded Live Our August Melbourne cardiParty was held at No Vacancy Gallery where the current exhibition is Museum of Broken Relationships. Gallery Manager, Hayley Haynes, and Gallery Assistant Roza Schenk, spoke to our biggest audience yet and shared a little about themselves, about No Vacancy Gallery and about the exhibition Museum of […] Read the whole post...

cardiCast Reprise – COASIT Italian Museum

Our August cardiParty was at the wonderful Chinese Museum where we had a fabulous tour and talk about the current exhibition. However, due to technical difficulties we couldn’t record the event on the night (never fear, we will have an interview with the Curator, Ethel Villafranca, very soon) but as we were at the Chinese […] Read the whole post...

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