Bondi Pavilion Gallery has a collection of timber plinths and shelving to give away.
In response to enquiries from museums around NSW that are planning to close to help prevent the spread of coronavirus, Alex Roach, Director of Modified Atmospheres, has provided some valuable advice.
A free planning toolkit to help museums develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) projects has been launched by The Museums + AI Network.
The City of Sydney Archives has revealed its new Archives & History Resources online catalogue, featuring digital access to 450,000 items from its collection.
On Friday 6 March, the Australian Centre for Public History, UTS hosted GLAMSLAM 2020 – “a day for those working in and with Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums.”
The new personalised storytelling experience is data-driven, tracking visitors as they move around the site.
In conjunction with UTS Gallery and Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, M&G NSW is currently touring Void to eight locations across the country that will engage with the philosophy of the void explored by curator Emily McDaniel and the artists in this show by creating spaces for conversation and opportunities for education.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia has launched a first-of-its-kind online toolkit specifically designed for individuals living with dementia and their support networks.
Provides travel and professional development opportunities for people who work or volunteer in the small-to-medium museum and gallery sector.
Angelica Mesiti’s beautiful, meditative work Relay League has come to the end of its extensive tour. Kicking off in Newcastle at The Lock Up in August 2017 and wrapping up at Benalla Art Gallery last week, the exhibition visited eight venues across NSW, QLD, WA and VIC.
In an Australian first, the State Library of NSW has launched a digital space for Aboriginal communities to connect with their histories and cultures which are held in the collections at the Library.
Recent Mentorship recipient Jeremy Kruckel shares his experience at the Art Gallery of NSW, including advice for new applicants.
Trove, run by the National Library of Australia, and the State Library of NSW have both revealed major updates to their online catalogues for preview and feedback.