Call for Abstracts – ARC Conference 2022

The Australasian Registrars Committee (ARC) is now calling for further abstracts for the next conference – ARC (30 something) happening from Thursday 10 – Friday 11 March 2022 at the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra, Australia (Ngunnawal, Ngunawal & Ngambri Country).

 We have a few spots to fill and want to hear from you! Have you been working on a project OR researching any of these topics OR know someone who is?

 · disaster response

· born digital collecting

· ‘green’ initiatives in registration

· repatriation

· anything and everything in registration in our ‘new normal’ for e.g. digital paperwork, virtual couriering, virtual exhibitions, and condition reporting

 We know you all have something to say about those topics!

 

To express your interest in presenting a twenty-minute paper, please submit a biography of no more than 80 words and a 100-200 word abstract outlining your topic to [email protected] by 17 September 2021.

 Speakers are most welcome to present live at the ARC2022 Conference at the National Film and Sound Archive, Canberra.

 We welcome presentations from conservators, curators, technicians, students, volunteers etc. working in the above fields of interest. You don’t have to be an ARC Member or a Registrar / Collection Manager based in Australia, New Zealand, Asia or Oceania to participate but it certainly helps!

 Have any questions or something else in mind for the 2022 conference? Please drop us a line via [email protected]

 

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

GREG HUNTER
ON BEHALF OF THE ARC COUNCIL

Greg Hunter
Collections Registrar @ Melbourne Cricket Club (National Sports Museum)

Greg has been part of the Registration team at the National Sports Museum since 2010. He is responsible for the cataloguing, condition reporting, freighting and packing of a diverse range of over 60,000 objects in three distinct collections, and also manages the museum’s inward and outward loan agreements. Prior to entering the Registration field, Greg worked with the Shrine of Remembrance and was an exhibition assistant with the National Sports Museum, working on the development of the Champions: Thoroughbred Racing Gallery. Greg holds a BA (Honours) in History (2005) and a Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies (2012), both from Deakin University. He also holds a Diploma in Law and Collection Management (2014) from the Institute of Art and Law (UK). He is passionate about all things relating to the registration and collections fields, and is delighted to be able to assist ARC in meeting the needs of its wonderful membership base and championing the cause of registrars throughout the region.

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