The Smithsonian X 3D Project

The future of museums is bright with the introduction of the Smithsonian 3D project revolutionising the technological methods of capturing,...

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At Home: The paper home

One of the distinguishing features of Aboriginal artists today is their strong affinity with materials. Through thousands of years...

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Arts NSW Cultural Policy discussion update

Have your say: http://engage.haveyoursay.nsw.gov.au/nsw-acp Recently I attended a facilitated consultation session organised by Arts NSW to comment on their recently released...

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Dorrigo and their Don

Welcome to ‘An hour’s flying visit’. This is a series of articles we have put together to allow you to...

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Travelling Places

PLEASE NOTE: This video may contain names or images of deceased people. Travelling Places is an M&G NSW devised...

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Launching touring exhibitions online

New website represents the future for touring exhibitions in Australia The National Touring Exhibitions Support (NETS) Australia network today launches...

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Danelle Bergstrom Wins People’s Choice Award, Portia Geach Memorial Award 2013

Sydney based artist Danelle Bergstrom has won the Portia Geach Memorial Award People’s Choice with a portrait of dance collaborators...

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At Home: Karla Dickens and the black Madonnas

Now Suzanne takes your hand And she leads you to the river She is wearing rags and feathers From...

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Aboriginal Language Map

Click on the map to view the high resolution version. Use the magnifier to zoom into a region of interest....

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Curatorial clout makes Menagerie sing

When you visit Menagerie at the Australian Museum, keep in mind that the collection of extraordinary contemporary sculpture was achieved through...

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Swapping War Stories: The Regional Stakeholders Forum

Each year in November, the Powerhouse Museum, in partnership with the other Cultural Institutions and service agencies, hosts a forum...

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State Library war diaries collection online

The State Library of NSW holds over 500 World War One diary and letter collections which have been deposited since...

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The show must go on

As an intern with M&G NSW, the IMAGinE Awards was my first look at the hard work done in the...

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Better pest management doesn’t mean more chemicals.

For a long time, advice in museum pest control was chemical based and long term perspectives on this oh-so-common problem,...

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Chain Reaction

Chain Reaction: Kate Downhill Exhibition is a survey exhibition commemorating the 1950s atomic bomb era and recounting the impact on...

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Down in the shed

Last Saturday 9th November I was invited to participate in official proceedings associated with the opening of The Chaff Shed...

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At Home: Aboriginal artists of NSW

Welcome to At Home. Launched to coincide with Corroboree Sydney, celebrating culture, country and community, our new column is...

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Newcastle Museum celebrating all walks of … life?

For the third year Newcastle Museum is again welcoming the decaying and swaying Zombie population of Newcastle from 2pm...

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Vikings disarmed

The Vikings were plundering invaders with horned helmets, right? Popular culture paints an unmistakable picture – big and burly...

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Lloyd Rees: Works from the South Coast

Using a variety of techniques and skills, members of the St Georges Basin Creative Craft Group and Nowra Quilters, applied...

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