Canterbury / West Coast Regional Digital Forum 24 October 2017

The Canterbury / West Coast Regional Digital Forum is happening on 24 October 2017 at the Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre. The Regional Digital Forum is a meet up for those involved in any way with creating or using digital innovation within GLAM and Tech sectors. It is a chance to connect with people doing innovative projects within galleries, libraries, archives and museums and learn where our sector is heading as we face the digital future. It’s a free event and you can register here: https://goo.gl/Nm77ad

What is it?

Our regions have many cultural institutions and individuals involved in wide range of digital activities, from digitising collections to using new technologies for public programming and many other things. Each year many of these assemble in Wellington for a national digital forum, but not everyone can get to this event. We still need input and colleagues to bounce ideas and problems off though, so a one day regional digital forum is great for you or for that someone on your staff who could benefit.

The forum is run as an unconference where we plan out sessions on the day. Bring your questions, suggestions, ideas for discussion topics and an open mind. You don’t need to be an expert but we want everybody to take part and contribute to the discussion.

Who is it for?

Anyone who works anywhere in the GLAM sector (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums), anyone who produces digital media projects for this sector (web developers, app makers etc) or anyone with an interest in these areas.

When is it?

24 October 2017 10am – 2.30pm

Where is it?

Hao Room, Te Hāpua: Halswell Centre

How much does is cost?

It’s FREE! But make sure you register for catering purposes.

Where can I register?

https://goo.gl/Nm77ad

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Katherine Moody
NDF Regional Ambassador Canterbury

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Seminar : Disaster management, draft programme

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by | April 18, 2017 · 11:05 am

Seminar : Disaster management, June 2017

If you wish to register for this please contact Lyn Campbell.

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Advance notice : Workshop, Disaster Salvage

A workshop organised by the Canterbury Disaster Salvage Team will be taking place at Christchurch Art Gallery in mid June-ish on best practise in the event of a disaster (as identified by the hands on workshop we had last year).  It will be dealing with preventive issues, good storage, and display. We are hoping to get as many areas covered as possible.

Flyer to follow with finalised dates and other information in the near future.

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by | March 23, 2017 · 9:46 am

Guide – salvaging collections, a guide

Part 1 of a best practice guide in the event of a disaster for salvaging your collections.

This is a work in progress so if anyone has any further suggestions let me know.

Part 2 (March 2017).

Lynn Campbell

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The Methodist Church of New Zealand Archives has moved. Sort of.

The Administration Division of the Methodist Church has moved to its new office, Weteriana House, 50 Langdons Road, Papanui, Christchurch.  The Methodist Archives is part of the Administration Division.

While the Archivist and volunteer team have relocated to Langdons Road, the Archives Collection has not and this still remains in a storage facility.

For researchers to access documents, photographs, books or plans, from now on they will have to make a prior arrangement with the Archivist.

The Archivist will retrieve requested items from storage and transport them to 50 Langdons Road where they can be viewed.

Researchers will need to consult the catalogue on our website and let the Archivist know what they want to see.  At least 24 hours notice in advance is required and an appointment time needs to be made during office working hours as a meeting room will have to be booked.

http://www.methodist.org.nz/archives/archives_collection

This move to Langdons Road has meant that our opening hours are longer and more flexible than the previous half day per week, but records do need to be pre-ordered.

The future Archives Repository building has been approved by the Board of Administration of the Methodist Church and we have been advised that construction will start in 2017.  This is a purpose-built building and will be adjacent to Weteriana House at 50 Langdons Road.

For more information please contact:

Methodist Church of New Zealand Archives Christchurch
National repository for the archives of the Methodist Church of New Zealand

Contact:

Head Archivist, Methodist Church of New Zealand Archives
Weteriana House, 50 Langdons Road, Christchurch 8053
PO Box 931, Christchurch 8140, New Zealand

Telephone:        (03) 366 6049 ext 831

Email:                 archives@methodist.org.nz

Web:                   http://www.methodist.org.nz/archives

Hours:                By appointment with the Archivist.  Closed weekends, public holidays, Christmas—New Year and Easter Tuesday.

Availability:       Please telephone or email the Archivist before visiting to make an appointment and arrange for records to be retrieved from storage.

Charges:             No charge for access during office working hours, but charges for purchasing copies or for the Archives staff undertaking research on your behalf.

  • Transcript of entry in baptism register: $10.00
  • Written enquiries requiring research on behalf: $25.00 per half hour.

For more details of charges, please see our website http://www.methodist.org.nz/archives

PS – unfortunately while the Archivist is away, there is no service.  I will be away from 16 December – 16 January 2017.

Season’s Greetings to you all.

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Memory of the World NZ register welcomes four new inscriptions

 

The UNESCO Memory of the World New Zealand Trust is delighted to announce four new inscriptions to the New Zealand documentary heritage register.

The successful inscriptions are:

  • The Sir John Logan Campbell Papers (the Sir John Logan Campbell Residuary Estate and Tāmaki Paenga Hira Auckland War Memorial Museum)
  • The Katherine Mansfield Literary and Personal Papers (Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington)
  • Waipu Scottish Migration Collection (Waipu Museum)
  • Lance Eric Richdale Papers (1912-1980) (Hocken Collections, Dunedin.)

Memory of the World NZ Chair Dianne Macaskill announced the new inscriptions at a function at Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision in Wellington today.

You can view more information about the inscriptions and the register on the Memory of the World New Zealand’s website.

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Christchurch Anglican Diocesan Archives opening February 2017

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Christchurch Anglican Cathedral, Archives New Zealand

The Christchurch Anglican Diocesan Archives will re-open on Wednesday 15th February, 2017.

Times of opening each Wednesday will be 1.00pm-4.30pm.

Access will be by appointment only.

Please email the archivist at least 10 days prior to your planned visit to make sure the material you require is available, and that there is adequate seating and parking to accommodate you.

A reply will be sent indicating whether there is space on any day, and offering an alternative day if necessary, as well as information about location. If you just turn up there is no guarantee that you will be able to undertake research.

Saturday Trial

If you are unable to visit on a Wednesday, the archives will be open during the summer on the following Saturdays from 10.00am-2.30pm.

  • Saturday February 25
  • Saturday March 25
  • Saturday April 29

A space to eat lunch is available.

Booking for Saturday seats must also be made at least 10 days in advance.

Contact: archivesdiochch@anglicanlife.org.nz  or phone 03-365-9444

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Coming soon : Fire & flood workshop

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Canterbury Cultural Collections Recovery Centre premiere

This short film is a celebration of the Recovery Centre and its achievements. It tells the stories of the many cultural and heritage groups affected by the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010/2011 and their road to recovery.

 

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