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cardiParty 2019.03 Sydney – Liz Stokes @ SLNSW

 Registration is closed for this event Join us at this GLAMSLAM Fringe event on Thursday 14 March, 6.30pm at State Library NSW – Macquarie Room – for a special one-off (maybe) cardiParty hosted by founders Justine Hanna and Hugh Rundle and featuring guest speaker Liz Stokes from the Australian Research Data Commons. Before joining ARDC, […] Read the whole post...

We’re turning three and you get the presents!

newCardigan dates our ‘birthday’ from our first cardiParty in June 2015, so each June we celebrate another year. This time we celebrated at the Duke of Wellington in Melbourne and we’ve also put together a timeline.┬áIf you’re a relatively new Cardi then this will show you where we’ve come from, and if you’ve shared most […] Read the whole post...

Some big news …

The last two and a half years have seen newCardigan grow and go from strength to strength as we introduced cardiCast and GLAM Blog Club to the newCardigan community. We continue to host cardiParties with interesting speakers from the GLAM sector each month, and recently we expanded our reach to run events in Perth in […] Read the whole post...

Statement on Marriage Equality

The newCardigan Committee were disappointed by the recent High Court decision to allow the Marriage Law voluntary postal survey to proceed. This unnecessary survey has already been hurtful and dangerous for LGBTQI+ Australians before it has even begun. We recognise that this time is especially hard for our LGBTQI+ friends and colleagues. newCardigan provides an […] Read the whole post...

GLAM news and upcoming events

Since we moved to triggering newsletters from our website, we haven’t really been keeping you all up to date with what’s happening in Australian GLAM. So here’s some things you might be interested in: VALA has launched a Call for Ideas for the inaugural VALA Tech Camp. The deadline is 5 December so don’t dilly […] Read the whole post...