MGNSW has partnered with International Conservation Services and Sydney Living Museums to bring you a timely webinar on the importance and risks of COVID cleaning. Hear from experts about how to approach regular and if necessary deep cleans of historic properties and collections including learning about how the COVID 19 virus spreads, identifying vulnerable items and surfaces and managing safety issues for personnel.
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.”
Provides travel and professional development opportunities for people who work or volunteer in the small-to-medium museum and gallery sector.
Recent Mentorship recipient Jeremy Kruckel shares his experience at the Art Gallery of NSW, including advice for new applicants.
The University of Sydney’s new Chau Chak Wing Museum will host the 20th annual UMAC conference.
Museums & Galleries of NSW has negotiated a special offer for small to medium-sized galleries and museums to purchase 2 registrations for the price of 1.
Museums & Galleries of NSW would like to congratulate the 2019 Fellowship, Mentorship and Volunteer Placement Program recipients.
Museums & Galleries Queensland has released the draft conference program for their event in September.
Interview – Kate Tuart, Collections & Exhibitions Officer, Bank Art Museum Moree, M&G NSW 2018 Mentorship recipient
We caught up with Kate Tuart in the final week of her mentorship with Sydney Living Museums to find out about her experience.
We asked Mt Erin Heritage Centre about their experience participating in the program.
M&G QLD invites you to submit a proposal for presenting a paper at the 2019 Conference, being held in Cairns from 17–20 September.
In partnership with Ortelia Interactive and Wezit France, Museum & Galleries of NSW is presenting a one day introductory workshop for understanding and using digital engagement tools in the museum, gallery and collections sector.