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Door to store: Caring for your collection of paper and textiles

Kerryn Wagg and Carmela Mollica, National Museum of Australia

Door to store: Caring for your collection, 11 January 2013

Our Museum conservators outline principles to help you care for your own items such as photo albums and wedding dresses. These principles include stable, suitable environmental conditions, good handling practices and correct physical storage for items.

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collection, conservation, museums

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Warakurna: All the Stories Got Into Our Minds and Eyes - exhibition opening

Alisa Duff, Agnes Shea and Eunice Porter

6 December 2012

Following a welcome to country, Alisa Duff outlines why Warakurna was so unique as a community and how the paintings and sculptures are not just art, they recreate scenes of everyday life and to tell historical and contemporary stories.

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art, indigenous, sculpture

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Door to store: Caring for your collection of medals and trophies

Natalie Ison, Andrew Pearce and Peter Bucke, National Museum of Australia

Door to store: Caring for your collection, 16 November 2012

Listen to members of the Conservation team here at the National Museum give a practical demonstration on how to care to the special medals, trophies and silverware that you have at home.

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conservation

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Door to store: Caring for the Saw Doctor’s wagon

Sara Kelly, Karen Peterson, George Serras and Ian Cramer, National Museum of Australia

Door to store: Caring for your collection, 9 November 2012

Listen to members of the National Museum Registration team discuss the documentation, photography, uplift and transport that was needed to make the Saw Doctor’s wagon, now on display in the Main Hall, a part of the Museum’s collection.

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collection, industry, regional

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Big objects and Museum Workshop: exhibition opening

Dick Smith, Shane Mortimer and Andrew Sayers

24 October 2012

This event launched two new exhibitions: the display of big objects from the Museum’s collection in the Hall and Museum Workshop which showcases the work of three of the Museum’s conservation teams.

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collection, conservation, museums

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Marion Mahony Griffin Annual Lecture 2012: presented in assocation with the Walter Burley Griffin Society Inc.

Sheridan Burke

30 August 2012

Listen to conservation planner Sheridan Burke reflecting on Canberra in the centenary year of the Griffins winning the design competition for Canberra. It is timely to consider whether the city plan for Canberra has outstanding universal value?

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Canberra, heritage

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A way through: a forum for Rick Farley

Susan Boden, Penny Spoelder, John Kerin, Mick Dodson, Phillip Toyne, Nicholas Brown and Alex Sloan

23 August 2012

Celebrate activist Rick Farley’s contribution to Australian environmental and political thought in this forum with friends, colleagues and the authors of his biography, A Way Through: The Life of Rick Farley.

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agriculture, environment, indigenous, politics

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Welcome to Menagerie

Nicole Foreshew, Danie Mellor and Alisa Duff

26 July 2012

Award-winning artist Danie Mellor and Object: Australian Design Centre curator Nicole Foreshew discuss the development of and ongoing interest in this exhibition of contemporary Indigenous sculpture depicting a variety of native Australian animals.

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art, indigenous, sculpture

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Menagerie: Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture: exhibition opening

Frank Howarth, Agnes Shea, Alisa Duff and Andrew Sayers

12 July 2012

Australian Museum director Frank Howarth opens this Object Gallery and Australian Museum touring exhibition, which exposes the richness and breadth of contemporary Indigenous sculpture in Australia through sculptural works depicting a variety of animals.

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art, indigenous, sculpture

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Why we love our gardens by Hugh Mackay

Hugh Mackay, Helen Stevens and Carolyn Forster

11 July 2012

Social researcher and author Hugh Mackay explains not only why we become so attached to our gardens but also why we need them in our lives. In this lecture Hugh talks about how gardens and gardening satisfy seven of our most basic human desires.

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desire, garden, place

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