cardiCast Episode 52 – Museum of The Riverina

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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!

 

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cardiCast episode 43 – We Need Books and ECHO Refugee Library – Greece interviews

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Recorded Live in Athens, Greece

The second in our special cardiCast ‘Summer Series’…

Ioanna Nissiriou – We Need Books – and Varvara Svoronou – ECHO Refugee Library – speak with Justine Hanna about their work helping support refugees in Athens. These interviews were recorded in the We Need Books brand new Multicultural Library, which opened in early October 2018.

Both organisations are working to create inclusive communities and provide access to knowledge for vulnerable and minority groups.

The ”interlude” music was performed by a group of musician friends enjoying coffee together and was recorded live whilst eating delicious souvlaki on a tiny street in Athens.

We know this is a longer episode than usual, however we think the content is worth the listen!

If you are interested in these projects and would like to help or support their work in any way, please visit their websites for contact details.

You can also find these organisations on Twitter:

@weneedbooks

@refugeelibrary

For information about what is happening regarding refugees locally, listen to cardiCast Interview with Caroline Beatty, founder of Librarians For Refugees

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cardiCast Episode 41 – Dr. Jane Garner

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Recorded In Studio

Dr. Jane Garner discusses her recent PhD research into Australian prisoners’ lived experiences of their libraries and the role that these services play in their lives. Jane conducted her research through interviews with both correctional facility staff and prisoners, across three states and territories and explores the experience of Australian prisoners who make use of their prison library. It is a truly fascinating look into a community that is in such great need of these services.

Find out more about Dr. Garner and her research here: http://rmit.academia.edu/JaneGarner

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cardiCast episode 32 Madeline Veitch

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Madeline Veitch

Clare Presser in conversation with Madeline Veitch – Research, Metadata, and Zine Librarian at SUNY New Paltz – in New York for the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) conference ”Out of Bounds”.

Clare and Madeline discuss all things Zine!

For more information about ARLIS/NA:

@ARLIS_NA

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cardiCast episode 22 – Mike Jones

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Mike Jones
PhD Scholar
Convenor for the Australian Society of Archivists (Victorian branch)
Senior Research Archivist at the eScholarship Research Centre at Melbourne University

Mike chats with fellow Archivist Nik McGrath about the GLAM sector and all things archives!

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cardiCast Interviews: Vick Gwyn

newCardigan interviews Vick Gwyn, who was Assistant Curator of Photographs, Film & Sound, at the Australian War Memorial at the time of recording.

During NLS8 Andrew Kelly conducted a series of interviews, the first of which is with Vick Gwyn, Creator/Curator of Kulture Kid Digest a monthly digest on culture in our lives.

Vick discusses creating and running Kulture Kid Digest, and the need for diversity in GLAM.

Check out Kulture Kid Digest on Facebook and Instagram.

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