AMaGA (SA) News & Events

 

GOOLWA BUS TOUR

Saturday 31 August 2019

9:30am-4:00pm

Meet at Torrens Parade Ground

Victoria Drive, Adelaide SA 5000

AMaGA Members $30, non-members $40

 

Join us for an art tour of Goolwa on the last day of SALA!

 

Meet to board mini bus at 9.30am sharp at Torrens Parade Ground, Victoria Drive, Adelaide returning to Adelaide by 4pm.

 

Day trip includes: exhibition tours of Island to Inland at Signal Point Gallery and The Colony at South Coast Regional Arts Centre; café lunch and studio tours with artists Michael Bryant and Jane Hylton

 

Cost for return trip: $30 (AMaGA members); $40 (non-members)

 

Please note lunch not included.

 

For more information, contact Pauline 0436 421 360 or sabranch@amaga.org.au

 

Booking essential via Eventbrite, here.

 

 

 

AMaGA (SA) NETWORKING BREAKFAST

6 September 2019, 8am-9am

East Terrace Continental

6 East Terrace, Adelaide

 

Join us at East Terrace Continental for our monthly networking breakfast. 

 

Our guest speaker for the September networking breakfast is Michelle Cripps, the inaugural Director of the Centre for Creative Health (CCH) at the new Royal Adelaide Hospital. 

 

The positive impact of the arts to improve physical, psychological and spiritual health and well-being is recognised around the world. Michelle will talk about her role forging working relationships between the Arts, Design and Health Sectors; and the various best-practice arts and design programs, projects and other creative initiatives provided by the CCH to the patients, visitors and staff in hospitals across the Central Adelaide Local Health Network.

 

Michelle became the inaugural Director of the Centre for Creative Health in 2016. With a background in arts education, event management and philanthropy, and having a career spanning across many government organisations, Michelle brings a wealth of knowledge to her role as director.

 

Michelle started her career as a secondary school teacher, before becoming a Tasmania education consultant. Michelle then worked as a Fellow Lecturer at the University of Tasmania where she completed a Master of Education.

 

Please order and pay for your breakfast on arrival, and then head upstairs to join us in the balcony room.

 

If you haven't been to a breakfast before, don't be shy, bring a friend, and enjoy the friendly company of the GLAM sector in SA.

 

Please email sabranch@amaga.org.au to register your attendance by close of business Thursday 5 September.

 

ALL WELCOME!

 

 

 

DESIGNING THE ARCHIVE 2019

21-25 October 2019

Adelaide

Prices vary

 

Designing the Archive 2019: A unique international archives conference in Adelaide, South Australia Monday 21 to Friday 25 October 2019.

 

Designing the Archive 2019 is an international archives conference presented by the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA), Archives and Records Association of New Zealand Te Huinga Mahara (ARANZ), the International Council on Archives (ICA) and the Pacific Regional Branch International Council on Archives (PARBICA).  Our principal partner is National Archives of Australia.

 

Featuring over 160 speakers from 40 countries, four parallel sessions over three days plus in-conference specialist workshops, international and Australian keynote speakers, intensive half and full day Designing the Archive Workshops and Behind the Scene Tours.

 

Register online before 31 July 2019 to ensure you get the early-bird discount! Special pricing for RIMPA and ALIA members. Follow the conference Twitter account for updates #DTAAdelaide2019.

 

See here for more information.

 

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Gabrielle Sexton - Secretary

On behalf of the AMaGA(SA) Committee