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Home - Chau Chak Wing Museum

The University of Sydney's museum of art, science, history and ancient cultures is temporarily closed. ... The Museum is temporarily closed due to the latest Public Health Order.
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Museums, theatres and galleries

Museums, theatres and galleries. History buffs and culture connoisseurs are spoiled for choice. ... Donate to support a smorgasbord of culture. Study museums, heritage, visual art, and performance.
www.sydney.edu.au/engage/visit/museums-theatres-galleries.html
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Nicholson Collection - Chau Chak Wing Museum

In 1860, they were donated by Nicholson to the University’s new Museum of Antiquities. ... Both curators wrote countless letters to museums and government agencies around the world requesting representative samples of artefacts to ensure the Nicholson
www.sydney.edu.au/museum/discover-our-collections/nicholson-collection.html
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Our history - Chau Chak Wing Museum

Sydney University Museums. 'Macleay Museum University of Sydney', 1893–1902, photograph: John Shewan, HP83.57.4. ... Since its inception, the museum was overseen by an illustrious list of honorary curators, including Edward Reeve, William J Woodhouse,
www.sydney.edu.au/museum/about-us/our-history.html
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Get involved - Chau Chak Wing Museum

Are you interested in the natural world? Whether your passion is art, science, history, biology or museums in general, there are many ways you can get involved. ... Featured image (top of the page): Candace Richards, Assistant Curator at work behind the
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MUSE magazine and other publications - Chau Chak Wing Museum

All other books are available for sale in our Museum shop or online. ... Together they explore how the relationship between communities and museums has changed over time.
www.sydney.edu.au/museum/news/muse-magazine-and-other-publications.html
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Natural history collections - Chau Chak Wing Museum

Stanbury, P.J. 1969. Type specimens in the Macleay Museum, University of Sydney. ... bird fossils, including many parts of Pachyornis (moa) species some of which came from Canterbury Museum curator, Johann von Haast (1822-1887).
www.sydney.edu.au/museum/discover-our-collections/macleay-collections/natural-history-collections.html