cardiCast episode 62 – BrokenShips

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Our August Melbourne cardiParty was held at No Vacancy Gallery where the current exhibition is Museum of Broken Relationships.

Gallery Manager, Hayley Haynes, and Gallery Assistant Roza Schenk, spoke to our biggest audience yet and shared a little about themselves, about No Vacancy Gallery and about the exhibition Museum of Broken Relationships.

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Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP.
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cardiCast Episode 60 – Matthew Coller – Temporal Earth

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Our July Melbourne cardiParty saw Matt Coller take us through a demo of Temporal Earth, a data visualisation of Australian colonial history. Time-machine.Earth combines a virtual globe with a multi-scale timeline to enable interactive exploration of cultural data throughout space and time.

Matt took us on a brief tour through the animated layers and showed us convict arrivals, European explorations and pastoral expansion, gold-rush sites, railways, telegraph lines and more.

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Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP.
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cardiCast Episode 59 – Archie Boulter – Queer Town

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Our June Melbourne cardiParty was hosted by Archie Boulter, a Melbourne-based entrepreneur and LGBTIQA+ advocate, who shared their experiences creating “queer spaces” within the GLAM sector. Archie  discussed their recent efforts co-leading the establishment of LGBTIQA+ Advisory Groups across Museums Victoria (Melbourne Museum, Immigration Museum & Scienceworks), as well as co-founding the social enterprise called Queer Town, which was selected to take part in the Foundry658 Accelerator program, run by ACMI and the State Library.

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Music by Professor Kliq ‘Work at night’ Movements EP.
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