CFP: AMAGA Performing Arts Heritage Network 2019 Conference

Type of post: Association news item
Status: Current
Date Posted: Fri, 31 May 2019
The Performing Arts Heritage Network (PAHN) is distinguished by the involvement of a broad range of collecting institutions. Museums, libraries, archives, galleries and tertiary educational institutions at state and national levels come together in the interests of collecting, preserving and making accessible Australia's performing arts heritage.

PAHN is driven by an enthusiasm for Australia's performing arts that is inclusive of our unique indigenous heritage and our multicultural influences, as well as the traditions of English, European and American theatre.
 
The 2019 PAHN Conference is being held this November in Geelong in the Western Beach Room at Deakin University’s Waterfront Campus. The conference will be held over 3 days - Wednesday 6th to Friday 8th November.

This year the conference will include an additional day (Friday 8th) to allow a walking tour of Geelong’s Performing Arts sites.

Our program is beginning to take shape and looks as interesting as ever! Do you have research currently underway you'd like to share? Do you have an area of interest in performing arts heritage that we would all like to hear about?  Researchers, collectors and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for inclusion in the next PAHN Conference in Geelong. Please send your proposal for inclusion to PAHN Secretary Jenny Fewster at jenny.fewster@flinders.edu.au 

Come and join the discussion and help celebrate Australia's performing arts past and prepare for its vibrant future.