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Paper Giant is conducting the GLAM (Galleries Libraries Archives and Museums) Collections Use Survey on behalf of Creative Victoria, the Victorian Government body dedicated to supporting and growing the state’s creative industries.

The Glam Victoria Survey

Hilary Davidson, author and historian, has asked AMMP to pass this on so you can be part of 2018 research into the storing and preservation of our rock/pop music past.This short survey will help build a picture of how cultural, historical and scientific collections are used, both in-person and online, and who engages with and uses these collections. Collections can be anything from paintings on exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, memorabilia brought back from war at your local RSL, historical archives or images found online, to cricket bats that once belonged to a test cricket team.

Obviously as a music fan you may have opinions on The Australian Music Vault or 20th century Australian music archiving in general.The information you provide in the survey will be used to inform Creative Victoria about the use of collections to ascertain the best way to continue to support the sector. The information that is gathered will be treated in complete confidence and none of your responses will be linked back to you.

At the end of this survey you can nominate to participate in further (paid) research to understand more about your use of collections. Only with your consent will we contact you for this purpose.

Questions? Contact Paper Giant – glamsurvey@papergiant.net

About AMMP

AMMP (Australian Music Museum Project) is a not-for-profit digital archive and links hub keeping  20th century Australian music alive online. It was set up to help the nationwide push for dedicated museum spaces honouring Australian music and musicians, along with public space – like Amphlett Lane, Melbourne – for future generations of music fans to enjoy.

Come here to find out more about the national network of lobby groups and campaigners pushing to keep Australia’s historic music venues preserved and for regular updates on important developments – from Brisbane walking tours to Melbourne podcasts. If you would like to get in touch, please do so using the forms on this website.

Thank you, Jessica Adams @jessicacadams


Jessica Adams (Peter Clark).
Jessica Adams (Peter Clark).
Backstage Passes - Greg Phillips
Backstage Passes – Greg Phillips