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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

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Ulrike Dembski and Christiane Mühlegger-Henhapel

The 26 th SIBMAS Congress was held in Vienna from August 28 to September 1, 2006. It was hosted and organized by the Austrian Theatre Museum. The theme of the congress was «Performing Arts Collections on the Offensive» and focused on the need for institutions with theatre collections to engage actively with their audiences and to promote their activities in order to make their collections more accessible to the public.
Le 26 ème Congrès de la SIBMAS s’est tenu à Vienne du 28 août au 1 er septembre 2006. Il était accueilli et organisé par le Musée autrichien du théâtre. Le thème du congrès « Les collections d’arts du spectacle passent à l’offensive » entendait souligner la nécessité, pour les institutions possédant des collections en arts du spectacle, d’aller à la rencontre de leur public et de promouvoir leurs activités afin de rendre leurs collections plus accessibles.
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.