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Material matters science in the museum

Material matters: science in the museum. 12 August 2021. Thérèse Harrison, Elizabeth Carter and Jude Philp describe an exciting collaboration. ... The Sea Captain required cleaning and further investigation of its origin prior to its display in the

Indigenous research

We strive to be a leader in Indigenous research which has high impact in Australia and around the world. We do this by collaborating with communities and supporting our Indigenous researchers.

The difference between Arts and Social Sciences majors

Career opportunities include: archaeologist, museum or gallery curator, archivist, academic or researcher, conservation officer, heritage or environmental consultant. ... Career opportunities include: historian, cultural project officer, gallery and

Seeing in Colour

Written by Kelsey McMorrow, Curatorial Assistant, Macleay Collections, Chau Chak Wing Museum.

What is a Bachelor of Arts? - Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

and trade officer, policy analyst, podcaster, journalist, museum or gallery curator, language and communication specialist, media adviser, editor or publisher, researcher or sociologist, social commentator, screen writer or author, ux designer.

Chau Chak Wing Museum wins three national museum awards

Yirrkala researcher Wandjuk Marika working with curator Lydia Bushell at the Macleay Museum, 1976. ... Design awards . The Chau Chak Wing Museum also received a Museums Australasia Multimedia & Publication Design Award (MAPDA) for its new branding and

Craig Barker - Chau Chak Wing Museum

New conservator joins the Chau Chak Wing Museum team

career. What is museum conservation? Silvia: Conservators are trained to handle and repair museum objects. ... What are you excited about in your new role at the Chau Chak Wing Museum?

Podcasts - Chau Chak Wing Museum

Museums Collection Officer Matthew Huan explores several Australian Jezebel butterflies from the Chau Chak Wing Museum's Macleay Collections. ... Join co-curator of the Museum's exhibition Pacific Views and archivist with the Pacific and Regional Archive