Les Convergences entre passé et futur dans les collections des arts du spectacle- Connecting Points: Performing Arts Collections Uniting Past and Future
Congrès de Munich - Munich Congress
Past, Present, Future – these are permanent connecting points in the work of performing arts collections. It is their crucial commitment to preserve the past, to spread out several activities in the present and to develop strategies for the future. The challenges of performing arts collections are in the middle of these crossroads, which is the theme of the SIBMAS Congress papers presented in this book. The various international contributions are concentrated on the main topics of performing arts collections daily tasks. They were presented and discussed at the SIBMAS Congress in Munich 2010, the first conference in cooperation with the IFTR World Congress, strengthening the relationship between theatre research and performing arts collections.
Notices biographiques/Biographical Notes
Adamiecka-Sitek Agata, PhD from the University of Silesia, Katowice, is the custodian at the Theatre Institute in Warsaw, Poland. She graduated from a cultural studies programme. In 2003, she was awarded the Kosciuszko Foundation scholarship and was a visiting scholar at Stony Brook University (USA). She has published in major Polish theatre journals and in 2004 she published her first book on Theatre and Text. Mise-en-scene in Postmodern Performance. (in Polish) At the Theatre Institute, she is responsible for two long-term academic programmes and publications. She has established two editorial series: The Other Stage dedicated to gender and queer issues in Polish theatre and New Histories concentrated on methodology of theatre historical writing. She was a member of the editorial board of the first edition of the Jerzy Grotowski Collected texts – first comprehensive edition of his textual heritage (Grotowski Institute, Theatre Institute, Krytyka Polityczna, Warsaw 2012).
Auclair Mathias, archiviste paléographe, diplômé d’études approfondies en histoire (Université de Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne) et conservateur en chef à la Bibliothèque-musée de l’Opéra (Bibliothèque nationale de France). Commissaire et membre du conseil scientifique de plusieurs expositions, il est l’auteur de nombreux articles sur les collections de la Bibliothèque-musée de l’Opéra, sur l’histoire de l’Opéra de Paris, sur les relations entre la danse et les arts ainsi que sur la scénographie aux XIXe et XXe siècles.
Blank Claudia, studies of Theatre Research, German Literature and History...
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