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What a day!

Guy Begbie

The Siganto Foundation Artists’ Book Lecture 2016 in April was a huge success. A white gloves experience displaying the creative and research projects of past and present Siganto fellows kicked off the day.  This unique experience not only allowed participants to examine a beautiful display of artists’ books and research material but to also talk … Read more

KNOW YOUR PRODUCT … or “Rockin’ in the Library”

IMA exhibition catalogue "Know your product", 1986

Another contribution from our Siganto Foundation Fellow Peter Anderson. Back in 1986 I wrote an essay for the catalogue that accompanied the exhibition “Know Your Product”, curated by Ross Harley for the Institute of Modern Art (September 11-27, 1986). The exhibition, which focussed on the complicated overlaps between music, art and other cultural practices, was … Read more

NO NAMES

Continuing our guest blogs this is the second contribution from our Siganto Foundation Fellow Peter Anderson. When I first began working in the Australian Library of Art’s collection here at the State Library, I wasn’t quite sure what I’d find.  This is particularly the case with ephemera, not least because it is usually material that … Read more

THE EPHEMERAL

Continuing our guest blogs this is the first blog from our Siganto Foundation Fellow Peter Anderson.   Like many of the things I’ve researched and written about, I find it hard to identify when I began working on my current project. As I’ve started to go through materials here in the Australian Library of Art’s … Read more

ALA welcomes its first Siganto Foundation Fellow.

Peter Anderson, Siganto Foundation Fellow for 2013

 Peter Anderson has been appointed as the first Siganto Foundation Fellow to undertake research in the Australian Library of Art.  Peter, a Queensland educated, Melbourne based freelance writer, curator and researcher has published numerous articles and papers in newspapers, magazines and professional journals. He has worked regularly as an art critic and commentator for newspapers … Read more