Podcasts and interviews:
Garland Magazine “Rosie Cook’s journey to an Indonesian village in search of the melodious bundengan.” (November 2019)
The C Word – The conservator’s podcast. Episode S03E05 “International Friends”, interview at 31:36. (May 2018)
Taiwan Talk – International Community Radio Taiwan. “Cultural Material Conservation with Rosie Cook” (October 2017)
Women’s World – Melbourne Ethnic Community Radio 3ZZZ FM. Interview with Syahisti Abdurrachman on conservation and working in Asia-Pacific (22 March 2018)
Japanese Colonial “A Research Road Trip“
Garland Magazine “Lessons learned from a duck-herder’s gamelan“
Art Asia Pacific “Summoning Rain: Recap of Jumaadi’s The Sound of Shadows”
Buset Magazine “Berkenalan dengan Rosie Cook, Princess of Bundengan” (Meet Rosie Cook, Princess of Bundengan) – Indonesian-language profile of Rosie Cook and the Making Connections project
Aural Archipelago “Bundengan Stories“
Copland Foundation Blog “This is not a Kowangan“
“Divine Threads: The visual and material culture of Cantonese opera [book review]”, The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, vol 51, 2020
“Performing puppet conservation: Concepts of expertise and significance in the conservation of Chinese glove puppet costumes”, The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, vol 51, 2020
“A white shade of pale: A case-study in treating water-damaged textiles in contemporary art” AICCM Bulletin 2019.
Conference Presentations and Posters:
“Conservation and climate change: Meaningful engagement in the face of Inevitable Near-Term Social Collapse” Cook, HR, Making Conservation, National Conference of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials, 14 November 2019, Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Keynote Address: “Conservation by Making Connections: Building Social Links between Cultural Collections and Living Culture”, Cook, HR., Making Connections with the Music of Wonosobo in Java’s Dieng Plateau: Interdisciplinary Insights around the Bundengan, a Duck-herd’s Zither, 8 February 2018, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.
“Performing puppet conservation: Concepts of expertise and significance in conserving Chinese glove puppet costumes”, Cook, HR, Siebert, K, Kuo, C and Ma, S., 2017 Cultural Heritage Conservation Annual Meeting, 27-28 November 2017, Tainan, Taiwan.
“Church art affected by natural disasters in the Philippines: an account of conservation in the field”, Cook, HR, Cotte, S, Heffernan A, Long, E, Tse, N and Wilcox, K. 2017 National Conference of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials, 1-3 November 2017, Katoomba, Australia.
“From Kowangan to Bundengan: Community collaboration as conservation of a musical instrument”, Cook, HR and Tse, N., 2017 National Conference of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials, 1-3 November 2017, Katoomba, Australia.
“#bundengan: Social media as a space for collaboration in the revival and conservation of an endangered musical instrument”,Cook, HR, Chakim, L, Abdulloh, S, Tse, N and Kartomi, M., The Second International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Arts Creation and Studies, ISI Surakarta, 14-15 October 2017, Surakarta, Indonesia.
“Crazed puppets: New materials in Taiwanese puppetry”, Cook, HR and Siebert, K., The Shock of the New: Modern materials, media and methods, AICCM Joint Objects and Electron SIG Symposium, 8-10 February 2017, Melbourne, Australia.
Poster: “Piasan Rapa’i: A Tool for Celebration”, Cook, HR, The International Conference and Cultural Event of Aceh 2016, 26-28 September 2016, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia