Preparation for the Eating the Archives event, which is part of the 2011 Commonwealth Festival, is being made in the People’s Space at the Perth Cultural Centre.Tim Lethorn Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - 10:51
Eating the Archives
Excitement is building for the Eating the Archives luncheon on 28th October 2011 - one of the highlights of the Commonwealth Festival Perth 2011 program. Staff are making energetic preparations to the sound of Just Sax, one of Perth's best young saxophone quartets, who will be providing the live music for the event.
Meg Travers Friday, October 14, 2011 - 09:36
ScreenWest has published an article in its online newsletter about the innovative nature of SRO's Eating the Archives event and online exhibition. The article points out that the Eating the Archives luncheon event and online exhibition is the first program of its kind to be presented by SRO and will enable the SRO's aim of active engagement with the community in the 21st century.Gerard Foley Thursday, September 22, 2011 - 11:26
Last week the State Records Office of WA launched Eating the Archives. Some of you might be asking ‘Why Eating the Archives?’ Those of us who work with the State archives collection, WA’s largest archival collection, know that there are many unexpected stories to be found in the State’s archives. The staging of State occasions, such as State Dinners, Luncheons, Balls, Garden Parties and the like, is revealed in great detail in the State archives.Gerard Foley Tuesday, September 13, 2011 - 11:03
Today we have launched our new online exhibition and event – Eating the Archives!
The new website starts with an “appetiser"– a small collection of food-related stories from our collection, as well as video of chef Hadleigh Troy beginning his research to reinterpret historic menus to develop a modern, fresh banquet for the event which will be held in the Cultural Centre on 28th October 2011.Meg Travers Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - 10:57