Although most museums, galleries and Aboriginal keep places are now closed due to COVID-19, there are still many ways to engage with them. Here is a list of online resources and activities to keep your cultural curiosity piqued.
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 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.
The Australian Museum has launched an online initiative to capture the experiences of climate change that will culminate in an online exhibition.
Following an international design competition with submissions from 74 team, the design collaborators Moreau Kusunoki and Genton received unanimous praise for their bold vision of criss-crossed lines and expansive light-filled spaces.
Chris Keely is a former media and commercial lawyer with over 20 years’ experience spanning arts and cultural policy and television.
Minister for the Arts Don Harwin has confirmed nine new appointments and nine reappointments set to take effect from 2020 across NSW State Cultural Institutions.
After months of redevelopment comes, MAC Museum of Art and Culture, Lake Macquarie – yapang
Representation and participation of First Nations cultures in art museums around the world was front and centre at the CIMAM conference.
A motion to devise a museum strategy for NSW at the Local Government NSW Annual Conference received overwhelming support.
On 12-13 September, Aboriginal cultural venue managers, staff and board members gathered in Armidale for the annual NSW Aboriginal Culture, Heritage & Arts Association (ACHAA) regional conference.
Richard Crookes Constructions has been selected as the contractor for the Sydney Modern Project.
By Young People, for Young People: A report on the impact of GENEXT at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia.
Minister for the Arts Don Harwin has announced Kane Constructions as the successful tenderer to develop the next stage of the Australian Museum’s $57.5 million redevelopment known as Project Discover.