Critical Animals Festival are calling out for a Project Curator to deliver their annual Critical Animals exhibition at The Lock-Up, as part of the This is Not Art Festival.
Includes presentations, workshops, video conferencing and initiatives that support regional NSW collecting organisations and communities.
Provides travel and professional development opportunities for everybody who works or volunteers in the museum and gallery sector.
M&G NSW is partnering with TAFE NSW to explore the delivery of a volunteer management training program.
Up to 5 bursaries are available for RPGNSW affiliated gallery professionals and artists to attend the 2018 Public Galleries Summit.
The draft program is now available online and includes an exciting and diverse line-up of speakers.
Registrations are now open - Don’t miss the opportunity to network with your peers during Sydney’s busiest month of art and culture.
Provide arts professionals in public institutions with the opportunity to undertake international travel.
This year’s forum at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences will bring you up-to-date on the issues affecting the regional heritage sector.
Would you like to be a museum ambassador and gain hands-on experience in the museum environment?
RPG NSW has announced Curator, Ingrid Hedgcock of Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre as the 2017 fellowship recipient.
Designed to support regional organisations, applications now close on 15 November 2017.
Applications for the 2018 MAAS Regional Program close 6 September 2017.
Interested in a career in the museum sector? Sydney Living Museums’ latest internships are now open for applications.
These programs provide a platform for arts leaders to develop leadership capabilities to support a sustainable, resilient and vibrant sector.
A unique 20-day hands-on experiences for students and emergent professionals, that take you behind the scenes in some of the UK's finest palaces and heritage sites.
A new mentoring program offers an opportunity to work one-on-one with an experienced arts fundraiser.
The Trove Roadshow will be heading to NSW and the ACT in May.
A national opportunity for arts organisations to enhance their governance practices through a program tailored specifically to the arts.
At Carriageworks 18-21 March 2018 - Save the date.
Offers filmmakers who identify as living with disability the opportunity to undertake a digital film workshop program.
An opportunity for a NSW gallery worker to undertake a period of research or study to develop a project or program beneficial to their organisation.
Western Sydney artists, groups and collectives are invited to attend a grants information session at Blacktown Arts Centre.
Internships in conservation, curation, learning and participation and installation art research.
Provides professional development opportunities for everybody working in the museum and gallery sector.
Video documentation of the 2016 Regional Stakeholder Forum.
Franklin Vagnone was kind enough to allow us to document his recent presentation and make it available online.
The premiere learning and thought leadership network for museum leaders.
The Australia Council is currently recruiting Peer Assessors through a self-nomination process.
A stunning celebration of the artistic talent of Regional NSW.
Planning is under way for the first MuseumNext conference to be held in Australia.
Museums Galleries Australia invite you to participate in this national conference.
Video documentation of the presentations from ArtChat 2016.
We profile past winners and highly commended in the lead up to the IMAGinE awards 2016.
Six Destination Networks (DNs) are being established across NSW.
Congratulations to the 2016 Fellowship, Mentorship and Volunteer Placement Program recipients!
Applications for the MAAS Regional programs are now open.
Fairfield City Museum and Gallery needs volunteers to deliver an exciting education program.
Professional development opportunities for everybody.
Toni talks about the benefits of her fellowship.
Good luck Kezia and Artspace on a successful exchange.
New ACRs have been announced. Congratulations to all recipients.
Sign up to the Statement of Principles for the Recognition of Volunteers.
Video presentations from ArtChat: Art + Space
Explore some of the 'other' stories surrounding our most beatified battlefield.
Make the preservation of your institution's collection a priority.
Supporting young Australians seeking a career in the arts.
Exploring digital opportunities to manage and share Aboriginal heritage.
for Excellence in Oral History - nominations now open!
Fairfield City Museum & Gallery seeking expressions of interest.
Join the revolution - free online learning!
Inaugural travelling fellowship for Clarence Valley artists.
M&G's top picks for the MA conference.
Are you a contemporary art curator interested in Central America and the Caribbean?
Grants now open for rural, regional and remote museums across Australia.
Apply now for work experience in a leading institution!
Open to artists and curators across all mediums.
Submit your entry now!
Win $500 with Public History Prize.
Bos opportunity for emerging curators.
Albury's contribution to regional cultural development.
Who's taking a trip where?
New technology brings people together for old reasons.
No longer on the horizon; it's in July!
Extended until 17 April 2014.
Find out about Brett Addlington's Fellowship at Dallas Museum of Art.
Read the highlights from this successful RPG event.
Pip and Ellie 'do it in Deni'.
Find out what the Volunteer Placement Program could do for you and your museum!
The 2014 Awards recognise arts and cultural initiatives of NSW councils.
A great opportunity for people in the sector to come together and see one of the state's newest institutions.
Artists, curators, collectors and scholars invited to contibute to Global Context.
Celebrating Standards in 2013.
Industry placement updates!
The regions and the Institutions got together on November 7.
You are invited to submit an abstract for the eighteenth Museums Australia annual conference in Launceston, Tasmania from 16-19 May 2014.
Museums & Galleries of NSW(M&G NSW) provides programs and services improving the visitor experience in small to medium museums, galleries and Aboriginal cultural centres across NSW.
@MGNSW: Great to be back in Broken Hill for tonight’s festival launch. https://t.co/Kxee41W5Aa
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