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Performing Arts Collections on the Offensive- Les collections d’arts du spectacle passent à l’offensive

26 th SIBMAS Congress, Vienna 2006- 26 ème Congrès SIBMAS, Vienne 2006


Ulrike Dembski and Christiane Mühlegger-Henhapel

Contents/Contenu : Martha S. LoMonaco: Theatre Library Association - SIBMAS Partner for the Future – Carsten Jung: PERSPECTIV - Association of Historic Theatres in Europe – Julia Prestenskaja: Collecting of the Rare Materials at St. Petersburg Library: History and Present – Dietrich Schüller: Long-term Preservation of Audiovisual Documents – Alfred Schmidt: The Austrian National Library - Innovation and Strategic Objectives – Kristy Davis: Slipping Thru the Cracks: Issues With Performing Arts Ephemera and A Discussion of the Mander and Mitchenson Theatre Collection – Caroline Raynaud : La centrale documentaire du Départment des arts du spectacle Bibliothèque nationale de France – Sylvie François/Louise Guy : Cirque, collection et pérennité – Francesca Marini: The Identity of the Profession: Representing Ourselves to Funding Agencies and the Public – Michael Werner: Introducing the Barry Kay Archive, London – Dalia Sverdioliene: The Archive of Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre on the Eve of Changes – Michelle Potter: Audacious Acts: Cross Institutional Collaboration in Australia and the Model of the Ballets Russes Project – Zdena Benešová: The Repertoire Register of the National Theatre in Prague Now in Digital Form – Ken Hagiwara/Masako Yagi: An Introduction to the Tsubouchi Memorial Theatre Museum at Waseda University, Tokyo/Japan – Winrich Meiszies: Theatre Collections on the Offensive - But Where Does the Enemy Stand? – Helen Adair: Predicting the Impact of Public Programs: A Case Study of the Stella Adler Celebration at the Harry Ransom Center – Dorota Buchwald/Agata Adamiecka-Sitek: From Highly Specialized Archive to Multi-functional Center: Theatre Institute in Warsaw – Mathias Auclair : L’association des amis de la Bibliothèque-musée de la danse et de la Bibliothèque-musée de l’Opéra (ABMD) – Magdalena Stulcová: Rarities From the Theatre Collection of the Municipal Library of Prague and the Floods of 2002 – Guy Baxter: Sharing Performance Data - The Theatre Information Group MLA SSN Partnership Project – Hans van der Veen: Work in Virtual Progress – Camila Savu/Anisoara Burlacu : Projet «AGORA-STAR» - archives éléctroniques destinées aux arts interprétatifs (théâtre, musique, danse) – Margret Schild: Theatre Information - Searched and Recorded Once, Manifold Extended and Used – Ann Barbara Kersting-Meuleman: The Friedrich Nicolas Manskopf Portrait Collection. Digitization and Catalogue Project at Frankfurt University Library – Elvyra Markevičiūtė: The Basic Principles of Performance Art Collections at Lithuanian Libraries. The History of Collecting at the Kaunas District Public Library – Paul S. Ulrich: Yes, We’re on the Internet, But Are Our Websites Effective? A Critical Examination of SIBMAS Members’ Websites – Swen Hartmut Tromm: Software Development for an Archival Relational Database - What Criteria Need to Be Observed? – Matthieu Bonicel : Vers un répertoire en ligne des sources pour l’étude du théâtre médiéval – Mathilde Le Gal : Exposition permanente, expositions temporaires : les pratiques expographiques du théâtre en France – Laurent Rossion : Lettres, scène, musée... Le nécessaire dialogue de la culture – Winrich Meiszies: To Be Or Not To Be - A Proposition For a Multinational Exhibition Project – Martin Dreier : Théâtre d’aujourd’hui et théâtre d’hier. L’exposition permanente de la Collection Suisse du Théâtre – Gerhard Vana/Karin Müller-Reineke: Museum and Theatre – Cordula Treml: The Online Bulletin - A Valuable Instrument of Information Display and International Forum of Exchange.