AMaGA Victoria offers an annual program of events, workshops, seminars and forums. 

Viewing events in the month of February. View all or browse the calendar by date.

Twilight Tours - SLV & RMIT [Past Event]

Thu 13 Feb, 5:15 pm - 7:15 pm

Guided walking tour visiting two CBD locations. Meet the curator and enjoy a guided tour of two current exhibitions; Carolyn Fraser, Senior Curator of  ‘Velvet, Iron and Ashes’ at the State Library Victoria and  Dr. Julian Goddard, Co-Curator of 'Pleasure’ at RMIT Gallery.

Followed by casual networking drinks from 7pm

Venue

State Library of Victoria

328 Swanston Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
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Braver! Bolder! [Past Event]

Wed 19 Feb, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

An exploration of museum education programs pushing boundaries in order to make a difference.

A joint event for cultural organisations conducted by AMAGA Education Network Victoria (ENVI), AMaGA Victoria and the SPP Humanities and Culture Network.

  • Jenny Better from the Jewish Museum and Sherene Hassan from the Islamic Museum will discuss the Museums Together program.
  • Michelle Kiag from the National Trust will talk about the McCrae Cross Cultural Education Experience developed alongside the Bunurong Community.
  • Christine Healey from the Incinerator Gallery and teacher Francine Sculli will discuss the Social Justice Art for Teens program with
  • Bridget Hanna from Museums Victoria will host a 30 min preview of Melbourne Museum's new Learning Lab.

The event will be followed by AMaGA Envi’s Biennial General Meeting at 4.15pm

SPP Humanities and Culture Network Members: Free, RSVP via email to ntkachenko@museum.vic.gov.au

 

Venue

Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson Street
Carlton VIC 3053
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VC Photography workshop

Digitisation workshop [Past Event]

Tue 25 Feb, 10:00 am - 3:00 am

Capturing high-quality images of your catalogue records serve as a digital preservation copy of our collections while also allowing for increased public access and decreased physical handling. 

This workshop will provide you with an opportunity to work one-on-one to learn the basics of museum photography such as camera settings and operations, lighting, and image composition for 2D and 3D items.

You will also have the opportunity to use a scanner - negatives and transparencies can be digitised - to learn about digitisation standards.

Please note that participants are required to bring a maximum of two collection items.  

You are also invited to bring a camera - ideally one that will continue to be used for their organisation's digitisation.

Venue

Ballaarat Mechanics Institute
17-119 Sturt St
Ballarat Central 3350
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