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cardiParty 2018.01.Melbourne – GLAM SLAM

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cardiParty 2017.12.Melbourne – Data Mining with Stephanie Milsom

Join Stephanie Milsom for a chat about her recent exhibition, All of It, and what she’s working on next. All Of It is a collection of every piece of information Google has collected about Milsom, of every piece of data that she has left behind. In a world that is increasingly concerned with digital privacy, […] 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...

Cardi Party 2017.11.Melbourne – Prahran Mechanics’ Institute

Established in 1854, the Prahran Mechanics’ Institute (PMI) is a community owned and run library specialising in the history of Victoria, Australia. The library aims to collect published resources about every locality in Victoria and every aspect of the history of the State. It is the only collection of its kind in Australia that is […] 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...

Cardi Party 2017.10 – James Hewison

James Hewison is currently the Head of Film Programs at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. James will explore the function of cinema as an agent for change. From freelance writing for publications such as the French newspaper Liberation, to marketing roles at Australian Broadcasting Corporation and Palace Cinemas, the early years of James’ […] Read the whole post...

Cardi Party 2017.09 – Royal Historical Society of Victoria

The Royal Historical Society of Victoria is a community history organisation supporting local historians, researchers, and students since 1909. RHSV’s collection has grown to become one of the most significant history repositories in Victoria, holding books, manuscripts, records, ephemera, images, periodicals, newsletters, indexes and registers. It is located in Hallendaal’s art deco Australian Army Medical […] Read the whole post...

Cardi Party 2017.08 – PBS 106.7FM Radio

Since 1979, community broadcaster PBS 106.7FM has been an integral player in Melbourne’s music scene– with more than 80 specialist music programs ranging from soul to garage to country to jazz – PBS is dedicated to nurturing, inspiring and championing Melbourne’s diverse music community. During PBS’ time on air, it has been able to record […] Read the whole post...

Cardi Party 2017.07 – Racism and Identity with Lauren Ellis

The Immigration Museum is about our identity and place in the world. We are a place that inspires hope and possibilities for today and the future. We are shaped by the intersection of people and ideas through collaborations with communities, artists, and thinkers from Victoria, Australia and around the world. Together we seek to create […] Read the whole post...

Cardi Party 2017.06 – Horror Film Archives with Mel Begg

Mel Begg speaking to newCardigan members on Friday 9 June 2017 at Loop Bar / Photographer: Nik McGrath On International Archives Day (IAD), Friday 9 June, newCardigan filled the back room at Loop Bar until we could fit no more. Everyone was in a festive mood as we celebrated IAD, newCardigan’s second birthday, and horror […] Read the whole post...

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