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Seminar: Modelling & Uses of Performing Arts Events Databases
Bi-lingual roundtable (English/French)

As part of its new Exoscène programme, the Centre SIBMAS de la Communauté française de Belgique (SIBMAS Centre of the French Community of Belgium) is organising an international seminar of best practice on the design, implementation and operation of databases of performing arts events.
By organising this seminar, the Centre SIBMAS de la Communauté française de Belgique offers designers and collaborators of such projects a real opportunity to share experiences, challenges and successes and broaden their questionings through practical, up-to-date cases. Speakers at the seminar will be reputed national and international specialists  from Darmstadt University (DE),  Flinders University (AU), University of Oslo (NO), Archives du Spectacle (FR). Each of the sessions will be followed by a roundtable.

27 March 2017
Maison du Spectacle, La Bellone (Brussels, BE)

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For more information, please contact André Deridder.

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Publication: British Theatre Companies - From Fringe to Mainstream
Third Volume: 1965-1979

This series of three volumes provides a groundbreaking study of the work of many of the most innovative and important British theatre companies from 1965 to the present. Each volume provides a survey of the political and cultural context, an extensive survey of the variety of theatre companies from the period, and detailed case studies of six of the major companies drawing on the Arts Council Archives to trace the impact of funding on the work produced.
1965–1979, covers the period often accepted as the 'golden age' of British Fringe companies, looking at the birth of companies concerned with touring their work to an ever-expanding circuit of 'alternative' performance venues.

John Bull
British Theatre Companies: 1965-1979
Bloomsbury, 2016

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New museum: Scenkonstmuseet
Swedish Museum of Performing Arts opens February 11 2017

Scenkonstmuseet is a premier experience centre devoted to the arts of dance, music and theatre, as well as being one of Europe's leading museums for performance. At Scenkonstmuseet the synthesis of art forms is as important as the mix of people. Social diversity is also to be reflected and encouraged, with the aim that everyone should have the opportunity to participate.
Scenkonstmuseet brings the heritage of dance, music and theatre to life, through touching, enriching and engaging visitors. Its efforts to preserve and make available objects and musical instruments laid the foundations for this. Through the spectacular combination of interactivity and objects, the museum will reach an inter-generational and cross-boundary audience, both in Sweden and internationally. The collections include musical instruments, stage design models, costumes, art objects, theatrical figures and puppets.

Scenkonstmuseet - Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Stockholm, SE)

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Online Collection: Archivio Storico Ricordi
Cataloguing and digitally photographing the Historical Archive Ricordi started in 2006. It is now open to the public.

The Archivio Storico Ricordi began and grew with the publishing company Casa Ricordi, founded in 1808. Considered one of the most important private musical archives, it preserves the original handwritten scores of many great past and present composers and a rich iconographic collection. In the Archive, housed in the Braidense National Library in Milan, are preserved around 8.000 scores, more than 16.000 letters by musicians, librettists, singers and all manner of people connected to these arts, around 10.000 costume and set designs, more than 9.000 librettos, 6.000 historical photographs, and a large collection of Art Nouveau and Deco posters created by some of the main artists of the time.

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