Société internationale des bibliothèques et des musées des arts du spectacle (SIBMAS)
International Association of Libraries and Museums of the Performing Arts
Sep 1954, Zagreb (Yugoslavia), as the International Section for Performing Arts Libraries and Museums of A-XA1945 - International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Became autonomous and present name adopted during 10th International Congress of Performing Arts Libraries and Museums, Oct 1972, Brussels (Belgium).
Promote practical and theoretical research in documentation on the performing arts; develop cooperation among libraries, museums, documentation centres and public and private organizations specializing in documentation concerning theatre, dance, opera, circus, cinema, marionettes, mime, festival, son et lumière, radio and television.
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Congress (every 2 years); Committee; Working Committees; International Directory of Performing Arts Collections.
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