The basement is equally exciting to the curators. It will eventually house more than half of our museum collections in the best possible environmental conditions. ... When complete, the museum will have 2000 square metres of public exhibition area,
University with the money for a curator in perpetuity, along with the collections, that it became a public institution. ... Because of its size, the museum has only ever been able to display around one percent of its massive collection at any time.
This rare image will be featured in the new exhibition The Business of Photography, the opening show in a gallery dedicated to historic photography in the Chau Chak Wing Museum. ... Jan Brazier is Curator, History, Macleay Collections. This article
Dispersed throughout the museum, they operate as a disruption to the orthodoxy of past exhibition practices where Aboriginal culture in museums was authored by non-Indigenous people. ... Matt Poll is Assistant Curator, Indigenous Heritage and Repatriation
Photo: Chau Chak Wing Museum. How do you honour this, especially when one is a non-Indigenous curator working with Indigenous collections? ... Tolbert Dharramanba and Djon Mundine OAM examine documentation of artworks painted at Ramingining, museum
Over three years Yolŋu Elders and artists advised and worked with University curators to determine how their artwork, knowledge and law would be shared with museum audiences. ... Museumcurator Rebecca Conway looks on. Joe Dhamanydji,
Macleay Prodigy: Elizabeth Hahn. In 1958 Elizabeth Hahn (pictured top, centre) was offered the job of Curator of the Macleay Museum. ... During the late 1890s there was no formal curator of the Nicholson Museum.
Mr Ellis says the museum gives curators opportunities to present the collections in new ways. ... The new museum also makes it easier to bring objects from different collections together, said Mr Ellis.