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150th running of the Melbourne Cup: special events

Rod Fitzroy, Victoria Racing Club

The Heart of Australian Racing: The Melbourne Cup, 13 August 2010

Rod Fitzroy, Chairman of the Victoria Racing Club, outlines events taking place during 2010 to mark the 150th Melbourne Cup race, including the launch of a commemorative coin set struck by the Royal Australian Mint and three legacy projects.

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The Melbourne Cup: what it means to me and what it means to Australia

Andrew Peacock, co-owner of Leilani, winner of the 1974 Caulfield Cup

The Heart of Australian Racing: The Melbourne Cup, 13 August 2010

Former Australian political leader and statesman, Andrew Peacock talks about ‘chasing a dream’ of winning a Melbourne Cup and from his experience describes how, unlike the Melbourne Cup, other great horses race around the world don’t stop any nation.

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Public conversation: Bowled over by Gideon Haigh

Gideon Haigh and John Harms

20 June 2010

Journalist, acclaimed cricket historian and devoted club cricketer Gideon Haigh and sportswriter John Harms explore the changing value of the baggy green and its significance as a symbol of Australia.

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nation, sport

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The Chinese in Bendigo

Anne-Marie Conde, National Museum of Australia

Behind the Scenes – Landmarks series, 9 June 2010

Curator Anne-Marie Conde shares her work developing an exhibit on Bendigo as part of the gold module for the Landmarks: People and Places across Australia gallery, covering in particular the development of the Chinese community from the 1850s.

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art, gold, migration

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Symbols of Australia public forum with Rod Quantock

Melissa Harper, Shino Konishi, Rod Quantock, Peter Spearritt, Linda Thompson and Richard White

4 June 2010

Join comedian Rod Quantock, historians and other writers for an entertaining, provocative and controversial look at Australia’s best-loved symbols – from the quirky to the official, and those with the power to make a nation.

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collection, museums, nation

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Reflecting on 30 years in conservation

Eric Archer, National Museum of Australia

Collections 2010 series, 14 May 2010

Eric Archer reflects on the achievements in the conservation professions and the incorporation of conservators into mainstream collections management structures. He also raises the issue of how to open up objects in non-displayed collections.

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collection, conservation, museums

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A question of significance

Roslyn Russell, National Museum of Australia

Collections 2010 series, 14 May 2010

Roslyn Russell examines the development of the Significance publication and suggests that the preservation of an object’s function in the conservation process is important where the function is an integral part of the object’s significance.

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collection, conservation, museums

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Remembering the goal

Maryanne McCubbin, Museum Victoria

Collections 2010 series, 14 May 2010

Maryanne McCubbin discusses the development of three strands of collection workers over the past 30 years: curators, collection managers and conservators.

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collection, museums

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Risk management and light levels

Nicki Smith, National Museum of Australia

Collections 2010 series, 14 May 2010

Following on from last year’s presentation on light levels, Nicki Smith examines the latest developments in risk management and light levels.

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collection, conservation, museums

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A curatorial perspective

Jennifer Sanders, Museums Australia

Collections 2010 series, 14 May 2010

Jennifer Sanders looks at seven themes in the history of curatorial practice: farewell the keepers, age of managerialism, out of the silos into the world, tipping the iceberg, curating in a digital world, telling stories and go beyond the walls.

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collection, museums

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