To fill the gaps left by the recent cancellation of face-to-face training and events AMaGA Victoria is working in partnership with the National Office to provide a series of online webinars, workshops and tutorials. We are in the process of converting  previously scheduled in person events to digital platforms, whilst introducing a series of more responsive events. All events will be added to this page as they are confirmed.

Whilst the AMaGA Vic team is working remotely, we  are contactable via email. If you have any events / PD questions, concerns or requests please email cmallard@amagavic.org.au.

For any questions regarding Victorian Collections workshops please contact: admin@victoriancollections.net.au

Victorian Collections New CMS Information Session

Mon 07 Dec, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

The new Victorian Collections CMS is live and ready to be explored! We have rebuilt Victorian Collections from the ground up to make it easier than ever to manage your collections. This information session will introduce you to the new system and help guides, as well as answer any questions you have about the redeveloped site.

Please note: This information session is intended for current users of Victorian Collections. If you are new to the system and don't know where to start, please consider registering for a "Victorian Collections Introductory Cataloguing Workshop".

Details on how to join the information session will be provided to you the week prior to this event.

Venue

Zoom

Attendees Free

Victorian Museums and Galleries Awards

Tue 08 Dec, 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Join AMaGA Victoria, friends and colleagues for a free, online end of year celebration to commend amazing achievements, creativity and resilience of the Victorian museum and gallery sector. Hosted by comedian and author, Cal Wilson the presentation will include :

  • The announcement of three newly accredited museums
  • The Roslyn Lawry Award For Excellence in Cultural Heritage & Museum Studies,  presented by Deakin University
  • The Victorian Collections Cataloguing Awards
  • The inaugural Martin Hallet Award for Individual Contribution to Community Heritage
  • The AMaGA Victoria Awards

Proudly sponsored by Archival Survival and Mal Padgett Design.

Registration is free but booking is essential.

Venue

Zoom

Members and Non-Members Free

ENVi Silver Linings 7: The good, the bad and the ugly

Thu 10 Dec, 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

2020 was the year that kept on giving. Never in our wildest dreams did any of us think it might work out like this one. Bushfires, Megxit, Brexit, impeachment, Parasite, no Summer Olympics, #BlackLivesMatter (still), #I’mSpeaking, Zoom, #DontDateADaryl, NASA-SpaceX, murder hornets, #DonutDay, Twitter hacks, no-Vic Footy, Beirut explosion Vincent Namatjira won the Archibald Prize and you-know-what. We lost RBG, Helen Reddy, Eddie Van Halen, Chadwick Boseman, Susan Ryan, Kim Jong Un, Kobe Bryant, Tim Brooke-Taylor, John Lewis, Olivia de Havilland, Kelly Preston, Jerry Stiller, Kirk Douglas, Fred Willard, Jackie Stalone and Ennio Morricone (to name just a few).

Normally at this time of year ENVi would host ‘Travellers Tales’, but that didn’t work out. So instead, we’re hosting a round table for our last Silver Linings program.

We have lined up a few guests to tell us their good, the bad and the ugly of 2020 and get the conversation rolling.

  • Emma Fellows-Cooke, Education Program Leader at Coal Creek Community Park and Museum
  • Stephanie Rosestone, Engagement, Learning and Programs Manager at National Wool Museum 

Come along and share your good, bad and ugly for 2020 too.

Venue

Zoom

Members Free
Non-Members $5.00

Victorian Collections Introductory Cataloguing Workshop

Mon 14 Dec, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

This online workshop provides an introduction to the principles of digitisation and collection management. Participants will learn how to catalogue collection items using the free, online and custom-built Victorian Collections cataloguing system. 

Victorian Collections workshops offer a relaxed and open environment and cater for participants with any degree of museum and computer literacy, as well as ongoing cataloguing support for community museums, and small to medium-sized collections.

Please note: This workshop is designed for users who are new to Victorian Collections. If you are an established user and would like assistance with the redeveloped system, please consider registering for our "Victorian Collections: New CMS Information Session".

 

Venue

Zoom

Members $10.00
Non-members $20.00