2014 ARLIS/ANZ Conference ‘He Raranga Toi’

 2014 ARLIS/ANZ Conference ‘He Raranga Toi’

From October 15, 2014 until October 17, 2014

At Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki Wellesley Street East, Auckland 1010, New Zealand

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Download Final Conference Program (pdf)

 

 Final Programme (including speeches on mp3)

 Day 1: Wednesday 15 October

 VENUE: GUS FISHER GALLERY, UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND, 74 SHORTLAND ST, AUCKLAND CENTRAL

 5.30–7.00PM                  ‘Twitter’ welcome drinks

SPEAKER

Janet Copsey, University Librarian, University of Auckland

 

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Day 2: Thursday 16 October

VENUE: AUCKLAND ART GALLERY, CNR KITCHENER AND WELLESLEY STREETS, AUCKLAND CENTRAL

8.30AM                          Registrations open (AUDITORIUM FOYER)

9:00–9.30AM                  Karakia, mihi whakatau (AUDITORIUM)

SPEAKERS       

Peter Thomas, Manager Service Enhancement, Auckland Libraries

(Waiata E Hara, hongi)

Judy Nolan, President, ARLIS/ANZ National Executive

(Waiata Te Aroha)

9.30–10.00AM                 Morning tea (BOARDROOM)

10:00–11.10AM              Session 1 (AUDITORIUM)

 

KEYNOTE SPEECH

                                    A short history of the digital (museum) world 

Courtney Johnston, Director

Dowse Art Museum, Lower Hutt, New Zealand

 

Listen to Keynote Speech  ( 57 mins  mp3  54mb)

 

 

11.10–11.50PM              Session 2 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Finding New Zealand Artists

                                   Tim Jones, Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu

                                   Listen to Tim's speech( 41 mins   mp3   40mb)

11.50–12.00PM              Session 3 (AUDITORIUM)

 

VIRTUAL VISIT 

Jin Whittington, Art Gallery of South Australia Research Library

 

12.00–1.00PM                Lunch (BOARDROOM)

New Zealand Chapter meeting (NZ MEMBERS)

 

1.00–1.45PM                  Session 4 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Art Archives: New Directions            

Caroline McBride, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki                     

                                    Listen to Caroline's speech ( 48 mins  mp3  46mb)

 

1.45–2.30PM                  Session 5 (AUDITORIUM)

 

 The Seven Sisters of Matariki

                                     Kirsty Webb, Auckland Libraries

                                      Listen to Kirsty's speech ( 33 mins  mp3  32mb)

2.30–3.00PM                  Afternoon tea (BOARDROOM)

3:00–4.30PM                  Session 6 (AUDITORIUM)

                                     5 papers on the Visual Resources Association 

Preserving the past, embracing the future:  Images across time, disciplines, and formats at the Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Jenni Rodda, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, USA

(PRE-RECORDED)

Listen to Jenni's speech (27 mins  mp3  26mb)

 

 

Creating and Responding to Community Outside the Canon: A short history, current developments, and next steps

Mark Pompelia, Fleet Library at Rhode Island School of Design, USA

                                    Listen to Mark's speech   ( 17 mins mp3  17mb)                                   

 

Ziziphus: An online editor for VRA Core 4 XML metadata 

Matthias Arnold, University of Heidelberg, Germany (PRE-RECORDED)

Listen to Matthais' speech ( 11 mins  mp3  11mb) 

                                    

                                    VRA - Images Together

Jennifer Brasher, Queensland, Australia

                                    Listen to Jennifer's speech( 23 mins mp3  23 mb) 

                                   

                                    Preserving the past, embracing the future: Reinvention and revolution at Oxford

Vicky Brown, University of Oxford, UK (PRE-RECORDED)

                                    Listen to Vicky's speech ( 16 mins  mp3  15mb)

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6.30–11:00PM                Conference dinner (TICKET HOLDERS ONLY)

VENUE: THE NORTHERN CLUB, 19 PRINCES STREET, AUCKLAND CENTRAL

 

GUEST SPEAKER

Mary Kisler, Senior Curator, Mackelvie Collection, International Art, Auckland Art Gallery

 

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Day 3: Friday 17 October 

VENUE: AUCKLAND ART GALLERY, CNR KITCHENER AND WELLESLEY STREETS, AUCKLAND CENTRAL

8:30AM                        Registrations open (AUDITORIUM FOYER)

 

9.00–9:40AM                       Session 7 (AUDITORIUM)

 

                                    Informing Research: Art & Design Practitioner-Researchers Engaging with Information

                                    Margaret Blackmore, College of Fine Arts, University of NSW, Sydney

                                     Listen to Margaret's speech (39 mins  mp3  38 mb)

 

9:40–10.20AM                Session 8 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Targeted Information Literacy for Art Students

                                    Catherine Kerrigan, Adelaide Central School of Art

                                                  Listen to Catherine's speech  ( 32 mins  mp3  31mb)

 

10.20–10.30AM                   Session 9 (AUDITORIUM)

Virtual visit of Wellington Campus Library Massey University

Paul Orsman, Wellington Campus Library, Massey University

Listen to Paul's speech (24 mins  mp3  23mb)

 

10:30–11.00AM              Morning tea (BOARDROOM)

 

11.00AM–11.40AM          Session 10 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Curating the Visual Arts: Blending the Physical and Virtual

Kerri Klumpp, University of Queensland Library

                                    Listen to Kerri's speech ( 36 mins  mp3  35mb)

 

11.40AM–12.20PM          Session 11 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Skills for the 21st Century Learner: Digital Literacy in Action @ Deakin University

Josephine Le Clerc and Marina Minns, Deakin University Library

                                    Listen to Josephine and Marina's speech ( 33 mins  mp3  32mb)

 

12.20–12.30PM                   Session 12 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Virtual Visit of Waterfront Campus Deakin University 

Josephine Le Clerc, Deakin University Library

                                    Listen to Josephine's speech ( 13 mins  mp3  12mb)

 

12.30-1.30PM                 Lunch(BOARDROOM)

E H McCormick Research Library open from 1pm (MEZZANINE LEVEL)

          

1.30–2.00PM                  Session 13 (AUDITORIUM)

 

Teaching with Collections / Collecting to Teach

Jamie Hanton and Dr Barbara Garrie, University of Canterbury

Listen to Jamie and Barbara's speech ( 29 mins  mp3 28mb)

 

2.00–3.00PM                  ARLIS/ANZ Annual General Meeting (AUDITORIUM)

                                                Judy Nolan (CHAIR)

 

3.00–3.05PM                        Karakia whakamutungā (AUDITORIUM)

Peter Thomas, Manager Service Enhancement, Auckland Libraries                                              

3.05–3.30PM                  Afternoon tea (BOARDROOM)

 

3.30–5.00PM                  Tour of the Light Show (GALLERY SPACES)

 

5.00–6:30PM                  Farewell drinks(MEMBERS LOUNGE, LEVEL 2)

 

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Generously supported by:

Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki

University of Auckland National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries

Pullman Hotel                                                     

Map

 All venues are within a 5 minute walk of each other in Auckland’s central business district.

 

The contact person is:

Catherine Hammond
Research Library Manager
E H McCormick Research LibraryAuckland Art Gallery

 

 

 


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