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Predicate Object 2014-01-30T20:14:15.000Z Vol.38 (Sep 2001) - 2020-12-10T12:16:05.087Z current serial volumes : illustrations, portraits, diagrams ; 30 cm. 2pa 15 Special Edition- ARC turns 20 Directory of members 2001-2002 Constitution of the Australian Registrars Committee, Inc. Serial The Australasian Registrars Committee (ARC) has laid its foundations within the museum profession and continues to achieve its aims of representing and promoting the role of registrars and registration practices in cultural institutions both on a national and international level. In April 2007 the ARC adopted a name change to Australasian Registrars Committee formally including New Zealand within the scope of its membership and activities. ARC uses the journal to address topical issues facing contemporary registrars and all members are encouraged to participate by submitting articles and any related news. ARC also has a discussion list that is available to all members through email. All members are encouraged to join. The list serves as a powerful tool in facilitating the exchange of information by encouraging and maintaining communication among registrars and associated professions. The Committee is dedicated to encouraging the professional development of members by providing forums for exchanging ideas and expertise between registrars, collection managers and professionals in related fields in museums. ARC publishes a journal that is received by all members as a benefit of membership. Journal of the Australasian Registrars Committee Journal of the Australasian Registrars Committee 1836-9197 volume text unmediated Journal of the Australasian Registrars Committee
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