cardiShorts episode 10 – Rose Barrowcliffe

In this episode Rose Barrowcliffe, Butchulla researcher and emerging archive activist at the University of the Sunshine Coast, shares her PhD research in the K’gari Research Archive. Rose’s research is looking at Indigenous representation in archives and historical narratives. Rose is a contributor to the Indigenous Archives Collective and recently wrote a piece on #BlackLivesMatter and Archives in Australia. Thank you Rose, it’s great to see you again after meeting at the ASA conference in Adelaide. Really excited to see where your PhD research takes you.

Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at hello@newcardigan.org.


cardiShorts episode 9 – Rolf Schmidt

In this episode Rolf Schmidt, Collection Manager, Invertebrate Palaeontology at Museums Victoria, talks about working from home, catching up on legacy cataloguing in EMu transferring data from paper accession registers into the electronic collection management system, working on publishing information from Rolf’s PhD in scientific journals, and selecting a fossil for Victoria (voting details later)! Rolf’s cute fluffy cat also makes an appearance! Thank you for sharing your WFH experience with us Rolf. I’m sure many of us can relate to the overwhelmed feeling of uncertainty during these difficult times in isolation. Stay safe and well everyone.

Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at hello@newcardigan.org.


cardiShorts episode 8 – Amelia Marra

In this episode Amelia Marra, Operations Coordinator, Victorian Collections at Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) Victoria, shares some insights about working from home, and moving Victorian Collections training to an online platform.

Amelia advocates for the GLAM sector on her twitter account @Miss_Meels, including challenges facing our sector during lockdown and how this impacts GLAM workers. If you would like to share some of the challenges that you have faced over the past few months, or challenges facing the sector in the coming months, please reach out to newCardigan on our Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram or via email. Thank you for sharing your thoughts Amelia. We really hope to see you at a cardiParty down the track.

Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at hello@newcardigan.org.


cardiShorts episode 7 – Melissa Begg

Melissa Begg hosted a cardiParty back in June 2017, sharing her experiences during an industry placement at the Hugh M Hefner Moving Image Archive at the University of Southern California which is available to listen to on cardiCast.

In this episode of cardiShorts, Mel, who is a News Librarian and Weather Producer at Channel Nine in Melbourne, shares her experiences working from home, ironing out workflows with co-workers, accessing databases remotely, cataloguing new footage and finding archival footage for news stories. Mel takes us on a tour of the News Library and the newsroom, where she produces the weather. Thank you Mel for these fascinating insights into your work during lockdown.

Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at hello@newcardigan.org.


cardiShorts episode 6 – Susannah Tindall

Susannah Tindall, Records Officer at Monash University and Secretary of the Australian Society of Archivists Victorian Branch, has been working from home for the past three months. In this episode, Susannah welcomes us to her home office and shares what it’s like working from home in a role that is all about governance and automating recordkeeping for university staff. We cannot wait to see you at a cardiParty down the track!

Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at hello@newcardigan.org.


cardiShorts episode 5 – Shane Hughes

While cardiParties are on hold due to the lockdown, we have begun to reach out to our GLAM community with cardiShorts. Videos (5-10mins) taken by a member of our community, either working from home, or going in to work, sharing an aspect of their work during COVID-19.

In this episode Shane Hughes, Keeper, Live Exhibits at Melbourne Museum, introduces us to the different animals, back of house Live Exhibits storage areas and the Forest Gallery at Melbourne Museum. The video was shot before Melbourne Museum reopened to the public. Many of the animals from Live Exhibits were taken home by Keepers while the Museum was closed.

Trigger warning: this video includes spiders, just in case you have a phobia!

Here is a list of the different animals that appear in the video:

‪01:09 Growling Grass Frogs and Green Tree Frog empty enclosure‬

‪01:19 Leather Jacket Fish‬

‪01:39 Lord Howe Island Stick Insects (juveniles)‬

‪02:18 Golden Orb Weaving Spider‬

‪02:32 Golden Orb Weaving Spider‬

‪02:49 Golden Orb Weaving Spider‬

‪03:10 Golden Orb Weaving Spider ‬

‪03:34 Coulon‬

‪03:43 Dermestid Beetles‬

‪03:49 Thorny Devil‬

‪04:53 Central Victorian Funnelweb & Blue Mountains Funnelweb‬

‪05:05 Sutherland’s Funnelweb‬

‪05:15 Blue Mountains Funnelweb ‬

‪08:16 Purple Crowned Lorikeet‬

Do you work in GLAM and would you like to do a short video for cardiShorts? For beginner filmmakers, Andrew Kelly has written a blog with some helpful pointers. If you’re interested in submitting a cardiShort, please contact us at hello@newcardigan.org.