GLAM Blog Club – June 2019

May was our month to talk about Pleasure.

Interestingly this seemed to be a difficult topic with not very many blogs posted. Could this be because it is tough to talk about work as a pleasure or are we all secretly unhappy in our GLAMRous working lives? Or maybe, sometimes, there are more pleasurable things to do than blog about Pleasure?!

Whatever the reason, here are some thoughts on Pleasure … for your pleasure. (Sorry!)

Anne vlogged on the difference between Happiness and Pleasure, how we define these and where does chocolate cake fit in! Love the book recommendation and happiness tips too 🙂

Melly reflects on her time on desk and the pleasure she gets from helping her people.

And on a slightly more sombre note, Clare shares her loss of pleasure in reading and how she plans to get her reading groove back!

Our June topic was suggested by Michaela and is …Radical.

This month you could reflect on how your GLAM spaces could be more radical, or how they are already radical and what this means to you and your organisation. Do the people visiting your GLAM space know how radical you are? Is it possible for your GLAM space, organisation or yourself to be radical? Is being radical political? Social? Personal?

However you choose to interpret the theme, make sure you tag your blog post ‘GLAM Blog Club’ and your social media links with ‘#GLAMBlogClub’ – and of course if you haven’t already done so, register your blog.

We can’t wait to see what you write!


cardiCast Episode 55 – Tim Sherratt

VALA Tech Camp Interview

Recorded Live

Tim Sherratt, Associate Professor of Digital Heritage at the University of Canberra, is a hacker and historian. Tim took some time out at VALA Tech Camp to talk to Andrew about his new obsession, Jupyter Notebooks.

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cardiCast Episode 52 – Museum of The Riverina

newCardigan Interview

Recorded Live in Wagga Wagga, NSW

The last in our special cardiCast ‘Summer Series’…

Samantha Leah,  ‬Regional Museums Officer at Museum of The Riverina, chats to Justine Hanna and Alissa McCulloch about the Museum’s collections and shares a few of her favourite exhibits.

They are undergoing renovations at present, but when Museum of The Riverina reopens, mid 2020, I highly recommend a visit … also, they have a Gold Chiko Roll!

 

Don’t forget to #LoveYourCardi and donate to keep newCardigan running at newcardigan.org/donate

 

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cardiCast episode 47 – Wendy Frerichs

Melbourne newCardigan Interview

Recorded In Studio

The sixth in our special cardiCast ‘Summer Series’…

Liaison Librarian at RMIT University, Wendy Frerichs ‬talks us through what she gets up to in a days work. For anyone who has ever wondered just what an academic librarian does!

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cardiParty 2018-12 Melbourne – GLAMRous End of Year Picnic!

 Registration is closed for this event
We are getting our GLAMR on and wrapping up 2018 in style and in great company. Sunday 9 Dec 4pm-10pm at the Botanic Gardens.

Come celebrate the end of a fantastic year with our GLAMRous friends from ALIA Vic, RIMPA Vic, ALIA Students and New Grads, and ASA (Vic).

Please bring along a dish to share, as well as blankets, sunscreen, hats etc.

We hope to see some GLAMRous cardies there!

RSVP
This is a free event but please RSVP so we know you're coming!

Cost
This is a free event. There will also be a book swap on the day. Bring along a gold coin donation and some pre-loved books to participate. If you didn't bring books and find one you love, we ask you leave a gold coin donation per book.

How to get there

The Gardens are just a short tram ride from Flinders St Station.
The closest tram stop is Domain Interchange. Trams running to here are 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67,and 72.

Metered street parking is also available nearby.

When
9th December 2018 starting 4:00 PM through 10:00 PM
Location
Western Lawn, Birdwood Ave
Botanic Gardens
Melbourne, VIC 3000
Australia
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cardiCast Episode 39 – Daniel Rozas Nunez and Sharon Beccaria

Perth September 2018 cardiParty

Recorded Live

Daniel Rozas Nunez, Coordinator, Special Collections, and Sharon Beccaria, Special Collections, Library Officer, talk to us about their roles at Murdoch University and take us on a tour of the Murdoch collection.

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