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APAC Members’ Meeting

Exploring how members have enabled access to collections during the pandemic. RSVP: Steph Rolt via Stephanie.Rolt@roh.org.uk.

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APAC Symposia Series 2020: Leading, Managing and Interpreting Diverse Collections

Three online symposia targeted at decolonising archives and leading, managing and interpreting diverse collections. Each symposium will welcome two or three expert speakers, followed by a roundtable discussion and planning for change.

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APAC AGM: Royal Opera House

The Annual General Meeting of the Association, only open to members.

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APAC meeting, the Barbican Centre

Members meeting with presentations about the Barbican’s archive project. RSVP: Stephanie.Rolt@roh.org.uk.

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Digital Preservation Working Group meeting

For more information and to join APAC’s Digital Preservation Working Group, please email Victoria.L@shakespearesglobe.com.

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APAC Study Day 2019: Collection Contexts

Jointly hosted by the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Shakespeare Institute, with contributions from Shakespeare’s Globe.

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APAC and STR Symposium 2019 – Clear Sailing: Navigating the Archive

The Association of Performing Arts Collections (APAC) and the Society for Theatre Research (STR) are joining forces to bring you this symposium. On the back of the success and relevance of the APAC 2017 symposium focusing on bridging the gap between archivists and researchers, this symposium will look at the practicalities of this issue and question how communication between the two can be improved to the benefit of research.

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APAC Meeting: Westminster Reference Library

Members’ meeting at Westminster Reference Library.

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APAC AGM: National Theatre

Annual General Meeting of APAC, including a backstage tour of the NT.

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APAC Meeting, University of Bristol Theatre Collection

Members meeting exploring HLF funded ‘Sharing the Messel Magic’ project, making Oliver Messel’s personal archive accessible. RSVP: s.rolt@qmul.ac.uk.

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