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As part of Sydney Design I'd like to announce the inaugural CultureCycle Sydney Tour

This might be of interest to anyone who would like to spend Saturday or Sunday cycling around Sydney, visiting the Powerhouse Museum's new Love Lace exhibition and enjoying a crochet workshop.I'm…Continue

Tags: culturecycle, culture, bike, cycle

Started Aug 1, 2011

Opportunity for PhD scholarship

RMIT University have an opening for a PhD scholarship on the "SocialArchives, Circus Video" ARC Linkage project. If you know anyone whowould be interested, would you mind forwarding this expression…Continue

Tags: scholarship, PhD, CircusOz

Started Aug 25, 2010

BBC and British Museum collaboration - A History of the World in 100 Objects
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I recently came across this press releasewhich discusses a new partnership between the British…Continue

Tags: broadcasting, museums, A History of the World in 100 Objects, Neil Macgregor, BBC

Started this discussion. Last reply by Des Griffin Jun 7, 2010.

Unlocking Australia's Cultural Heritage Collection
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We're here at ANDS workshop in Canberra for a two day workshop. Here is a summary of session 1Kate Lundyhow does government collect information about issues?how does it manage risk in having an open…Continue

Tags: #ands10, museums australia, cultural policy, kate lundy

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tim Sherratt Feb 18, 2010.

 

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Googled - Book Review in NYTimes!

Ken Auletta's new book, GOOGLED: The End of the World as We Know It was recently reviewed in the New York Times.



Auletta is well known for his 'Annals of Communications' column for The New Yorker magazine and in this book, it would seem that he has been able to situate Google’s rise in the context… Continue

Posted on December 9, 2009 at 14:30

Now and Then - community wiki with great participation!

I'm here in Adelaide at the Collections Australia Network event 'Allsorts Online: : the collecting sector, academia, the arts and the media

First speaker for the day, Darren Peacock. Darren is discussing the opportunites of web 2.0 and using the "Now and Then" project to illustrate some of these.

The crux of this wiki… Continue

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 8:57

Smithsonian Education Online Conference: Climate Change:

Between 29 Sept and 1st October theThe Smithsonian Education Online Conference: Climate Change will be occurring. You can follow the conversations between the Smithsonian and the general public, before, during, and after the conference at http://siclimate.smithsonianeducation.org/



You can register for the online conference at http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/professional_development/conference/2009/climate_change/index.html



Looks like it will be a very… Continue

Posted on September 29, 2009 at 12:00

Exhibitions - reflections on Robert Janes's thoughts on an 'intractable habit'

In Robert Janes's recent book "Museums in a Troubled World" he talks about museum exhibitions as the mainstay and one of the defining features of all museums. Along with this, "all museum workers are involved in this enterprise in one way or another and all museums struggle daily with producting exhibitions and marketing… Continue

Posted on September 10, 2009 at 12:30 — 9 Comments

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At 12:47 on May 28, 2010, Patricia Sabine said…
Hi Angelina Sorry about not picking up you comment from last year before. Just to let you know I will be leaving the AWM in July to move to Tasmania and to work with the Tasmanian Wood Design Collection in Launceston. Hopefully I will be using the Nexus network more often; as we are only a staff of three there and there are not the immediate answers available that one has in a large institution. Hope your projects are going well!
At 15:19 on October 13, 2009, Catherine Styles said…
Hey, Angelina. Just putting some thoughts together for a blog post about the recommendations so will post a link when it's live. Can't believe how little follow-up comment there has been!
At 22:07 on September 8, 2009, Huw Edwards said…
Hi Angelina,

Thanks for setting up this network! Is there any chance we can make a Victorian group? I see there is a NSW and ACT branch...
 
 
 

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