Association of Performing Arts Collections, November 2018

The Association of Performing Arts Collections (APAC) is holding their November 2018 study day in Galway. ITMA will be in attendance, represented by Marie Curie Fellow Lynnsey Weissenberger.

Lynnsey Weissenberger
ITMA Marie Curie Fellow Lynnsey Weissenberger.

ITMA Marie Curie Fellow Lynnsey Weissenberger has been invited to speak at the forthcoming 2018 Association of Performing Arts Collections (APAC) Study Day on 9 November at NUI Galway. 

In keeping to the symposium’s theme—Digitisation and born digital collections: where are we now and what’s the next big thing?—speakers will be covering various digital topics and the future of libraries and archives. Lynnsey’s talk is titled “Linked Data and Traditional Music Archives – Where can we go from here?” and will describe future possibilities for linked data in archives, especially related to the Irish Traditional Music Archive.

More information is available on the APAC website: performingartscollections.org.uk. The APAC Study Day is free for APAC members and €20 for non-members.


APAC is the membership organisation for professionals, specialists, and other individuals working with performing arts heritage in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Read more.