International Association of Music Information Centres (IAMIC)
Founded 1958 as a grouping of 'National Music Centre Representatives' under the aegis of A-XA2277 - International Music Council (IMC). In 1962, member organizations became a constituent branch of C-XC1318 - International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML). In 1986, growing activity and membership led to the setting up of the Association under its current name and under its own bylaws and Board of Directors. Affiliation with AIML ended in 1991 when IAMIC became a fully independent association.
Encourage and enhance access to information, materials and products provided by members; encourage performance, broadcast, dissemination and export of local music from members; encourage exchange, collaboration and exchange of ideas, experiences and skills amongst members; play an active role in the broader international music environment.
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