what will the museum of the future be like?
2014 means many things to many people.
I'm currently seeking some discussion and thoughts around the role of cultural organisations in the representation of the beginning of World War 1. To put it into context, when 2014 comes around, it may well be the first commemoration where there are no living veterans.
Thought members might be interested in this tender for developing an Interpretation Plan for the Old Great North Road which was completed in 1836 using primarily convict labour. The road runs from Wisemans Ferry (Hawkesbury River) to the Hunter Valley, passes through both Dharug and Yengo National Parks and has been nominated for World Heritage listing.
Information on the tender can be obtained by visiting the following website or by contacting Natalie Vinton on 02 9585 6843…Continue
Added by John P on December 21, 2010 at 8:42am — No Comments
Hello to everyone and I do hope you're having a lovely time in the lead up to Xmas!
While you're sipping cocktails in the sun (or snow) this Xmas, you might want to give some thought to where you'll be in April 2011!
Here at Museum3, we're hoping to see you in Melbourne for the Transformations in Cultural Communication Conference. This two day event brings together leading…Continue
Museums Australia WA branch is pleased to announce preliminary details of the 2011 National Conference.
For the first time the 2011 Museums Australia National Conference will be held in conjunction with the National Symposium of the Interpretation Association of Australia.
MAWA and IAA(WA) will host this combined conference at the soon to be opened State Theatre Centre located in the revitalised Perth…Continue
For anyone interested here is the current project description for my fellowship at the Smithsonian next year:
Thanks for ideas of how to improve it & merry xmas from Norway,
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