Performing arts information is
a management tool, a
and a source of income.
Policies, strategies and standards for its creation,
capture, preservation, disposal and use need to be developed and applied by
countries and organisations.
This section of the website has two aims:
to help performing arts organisations locate
resources relevant to the management of their business and cultural
to stimulate and contribute to the development of
relevant policies, standards, and systems in libraries, archives and
It consists of the following sections:
groups dedicated to the acquisition and preservation of performing arts books,
archives and artefacts
and regional strategies
Co-ordinating roles, strategies and standards in government and
information and collection management
Managing performing arts information in organisations, including preservation and
conservation and handling of special materials such as programs and press clippings. Also includes sites and sources on arts,
knowledge, information and records management.
Systems for venue management and
Understanding user needs; making capital out of customer
transactions; document delivery.
Celebrating achievement and developing audiences through exhibitions
and displays. Exhibition production, museum planning, international and
Australian performing arts museum sites and services.
Using digital technology for communication and commerce. Multimedia
production and products.
archive and museum associations