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

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Islamic Museum Australia

Islamic Museum of Australia Tour

Thu 05 Sep, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join members on a guided tour of the Islamic Museum of Australia, a community museum in Thornbury. Through the five permanent galleries — Islamic Faith, Islamic Contributions to Civilisation, Art, Architecture and Australian Muslim History, the museum showcases the artistic and cultural heritage of Muslims in Australia and abroad.

 

Venue

Islamic Museum of Australia
15A Anderson Road
Thornbury VIC 3071
Members Free

Partnerships for Learning

Fri 13 Sep, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

ENVi and SPP STEM/Enviro present an afternoon of expert advice, teacher perspectives and practical case studies on partnering with schools, across organisations and within the GLAM and STEM sectors.

Afternoon tea provided.

Join us for a complimentary Aboriginal Heritage walk at 4pm

Venue

National Herbarium of Victoria, Mueller Hall
Royal Botanic Gardens
South Yarra VIC 3141
Members/SPP Network Free
Non-Members $22.00

Victorian Collections Day [Conference Only]

Wed 18 Sep, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

This Conference pass will give you access to a full day of case study presentations and lightning talks aimed at the community collecting sector to help you achieve the best care for your collection.

Hear from museum and gallery industry experts and members of our Victorian Collections community, on topics including the law and your collection, born-digital collecting, digitisation, and ways to utilise your catalogue records to increase engagement with your community. Talks will provide attendees with case study reflections and practical, low-budget take-away information and inspiration to implement solutions and processes at your organisations.

*** Please note that if you are interested in attending the practical workshops on Day 2, you will need to purchase a Conference + Workshop pass. Hurry, workshop places are limited. ***

Venue

Public Record Office Victoria
99 Shiel Street
North Melbourne VIC 3051
Members $20.00
Students $20.00
Non-members $30.00
Image: Museum Practice workshop on preventive conservation at the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum.

Victorian Collections Day [Conference + Workshops]

Wed 18 Sep, 10:00 am - Thu 19 Sep, 3:30 pm

This Conference + Workshops pass will give you access to a full day of case study presentations and lightning talks aimed at the community collecting sector to help you achieve the best care for your collection. You will also attend a series of hands on workshops based at Melbourne Museum the following day.

*** Please note that if you are only interested in attending the conference day, you will need to purchase a Conference pass. ***

Day 1: Public Records Office Victoria, 10:00 - 4:00 pm

Hear from museum and gallery industry experts and members of our Victorian Collections community, on topics including the law and your collection, born-digital collecting, digitisation, and ways to utilise your catalogue records to increase engagement with your community. Talks will provide attendees with case study reflections and practical, low-budget take-away information and inspiration to implement solutions and processes at your organisations.

Day 2: Melbourne Museum, 10:30 - 3:30 pm

Join us for practical hands-on workshops in which we hone our skills in object handling, storage solutions, packing for transport, cataloguing and disaster preparedness and response.

Venue

Public Record Office Victoria/Melbourne Museum
99 Shiel Street, North Melbourne
11 Nicholson Street, Carlton
Melbourne Victoria
Members $40.00
Students $40.00
Non-members $60.00
Roving Curator Program

Roving Curator Program Information session

Thu 19 Sep, 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Find out how the Roving Curator Program could assist you with in 2020, and get tips on common mistakes in Roving Curator Program applications, and how to write a strong application.

The deadline for applications for the 2020 Roving Curator Program is until: 5pm Thursday 17 October 2019.

The Roving Curator Program helps museums and galleries develop engaging and dynamic exhibitions. The program offers an exhibitions professional (Roving Curator) to work with successful applicants on an exhibition-related project. Support provided includes several days on-site assistance and follow-up advice.

 https://amagavic.org.au/exhibition_services 

Venue

Melbourne Museum
11 Nicholson Street
Carlton VIC 3053
Free event Free