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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Roll out the red carpet

Grammy, Emmy, Toni, Oscar? No, it’s the IMAGinE Awards! The annual IMAGinE awards is the red carpet event of...

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Soul mate portrait wins People’s Choice at Tweed

Twin Spirit by Tina Fiveash has been awarded the People’s Choice Winner for the Olive Cotton Award at the Tweed...

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Announcing details of 19th Biennale of Sydney

Juliana Engberg, Artistic Director of the 19th Biennale of Sydney, has revealed details for the Asia Pacific’s largest contemporary visual arts...

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Gunyah’s windfall

Local museums were the big winners in the recently announced Arts NSW Regional Capital Grant Program. In total $474,656...

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New leadership team to reshape Powerhouse

Newly appointed Powerhouse Museum Director Rose Hiscock has announced two key senior appointments to the Museum’s executive team; Dolla Merrillees...

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Staring at your killer?

Yesterday I entered a room and thought to myself: ‘something in this room could kill me’. Welcome to the...

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Modern Objective

If you are into all things Modernist, you must get along to Object Gallery! What many would see as...

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In good hands

Last week two M&G NSW staff members were acknowledged with conservation related awards at the Australian Institute for the Conservation...

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Rugby League Museum Expansion

The Heroes and Legends Rugby League Museum is just 14-months old and already Museum manager Frank Puletua, former Penrith...

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Sidestepping into the past of Rugby League history

The Heroes and Legends Rugby League Museum at Rugby League Headquarters, Moore Park is packed with fascinating, random and...

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The Yenda Rain Project

The Yenda community will finally have their voice heard with a community art project telling a visual story of the...

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Norman Lindsay paintings evacuated

The Norman Lindsay Gallery has a fireproof storeroom but the worsening bushfire threat prompted the precautionary removal of all the...

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Fire beats at Lithgow State Mine Museum’s door

The State Mine Fire near Lithgow is one of the first major bushfires in NSW for the 2013/2014 bushfire season....

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