Close-up photograph of the wooden statue of a Javanese man

Object-Based Learning Workshop for Research Portfolio Staff

Join us to explore Southeast Asia through the Museum's rich and varied collections!
Back by popular demand, we're delighted to partner with the Chau Chak Wing Museum to bring Southeast Asia to you!

Who: Staff from the Research Portfolio at the University of Sydney
When: Friday 21 October 2022, 3-4pm
Where: Chau Chak Wing Museum, Camperdown Campus

Southeast Asia remains as vibrant, important and engaging as ever, and we are keen to share our passion for this region with researchers and professional staff from across the University. Recognising that international travel remains heavily restricted, the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre has partnered with the University’s Research Portfolio and the new Chau Chak Wing Museum to bring Southeast Asia to you.

Using the Museum’s rich and varied collections, and working inside the Museum itself, we invite you to join us for an object-based learning workshop designed to introduce Research Portfolio staff to Southeast Asia through material culture.

This workshop will provide a unique opportunity to network with fellow Research Portfolio staff, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the Chau Chak Wing Museum’s collections and facilities. 

Only a restricted number of places are available so make sure to register early!

Applications are now open closed.


Further information

To be eligible for this workshop, applicants must be:

  • A staff member in the Research Portfolio at the University of Sydney
  • Located in or able to travel to Sydney

Registrations are now closed. 

Please note the workshop is limited to 30 participants so make sure to register early to secure your spot. 

Please email any queries about the workshop and the registration process to


In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre reserves the right to cancel this event on short notice. The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre will be closely monitoring the situation and following NSW Health Advice to assess all risks associated with the workshop, and will notify participants of any changes to the program. In participating in this workshop, all individuals will be required to follow social distancing and good hygiene practices so as to reduce the risk of infection with COVID-19.