INSITE / February - April 2013 / Hide & Seek
Cover Image: Author Ian Rankin with the book sculpture that was left for him by a mystery artist in Edinburgh in 2012 and accompanied by the words, in support of libraries, books, words, ideas. Photo copyright Chris Scott (@chrisdonia).
Jhana Pfeiffer Hunt, The Duldig Studio [page 2]
Discoveries of a Malayan Bungalow
The Duldig Studio is located in Malvern East and open by appointment: www.duldig.org.au
David Demant , Museum Victoria, [page 3]
Digital Hide & Seek Technology, Your IT!: leaving no Rosetta Stone unturned
For more information about CSIRAC and music, please visit:
Megan Sheehy, Yarra Ranges Regional Museum [page 4]
Seeking New Roles for Collection Data: experiments in augmented reality
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For more about Culture Victoria visit:
To download Lost! 100 Buildings of Melbourne iPhone app visit:
Victorian Collections Workshops and Community Gathering [page 6]
Anna Burkey, State Library of Victoria [Page 7]
Hidden Gifts in the Library
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Dr Donna Leslie, Ian Potter Musem of Art [page 8]
Seeing the Natural World: an exhibition encouraging creative reconciliation
Lisa Smith, Museum Victoria [page 9]
Uncovering the Journey of a World War I Honour Board
Cassie May, Warren Doubleday & Roger Trudgeon [page 11]
MAP Celebrates Twenty Years
Dimity Mapstone, Museums Australia (Victoria), [Page 13]
Apps & Online
ICA Soundworks, a website without a CMS
Museum Victoria’s Learning Lab
Metropolitan Museum Of Art Launches 100-Episode Web Series
Art Talks on Google+
Museum News [Page 14]
M.A.D.E Launches in May
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E), Australia’s newest museum, will open in May on the site of the Eureka Stockade in Ballarat.
Community Heritage Grants open
The 2013 Community Heritage Grants (CHG) grant round opened on 1 March, with applications closing on 1 May 2013.
Mildura Arts Centre Reopens
James Bond is on his way
Melbourne Museum has announced that it will host the Designing 007–Fifty Years of Bond Style exhibition in November.
Galleries of Remembrance Project
Construction has started on the Galleries of Remembrance project at the Shrine of Remembrance.
To view the Galleries design visit:
More information can be found online at:
Museums Australia Historians National Network Bursary Program
Applications are assessed bi-annually and can be submitted anytime but must be received by 28 February and 31 August in any year.
Out & About [Page 15]
The Cyril Kett Optometry Museum at the University of Melbourne
The Henry Forman Atkinson Dental Museum
The Medical Museum, University of Melbourne
Laura Miles, Museums Australia (Victoria)
Branch News [page 16]
Annual Program 2013
Another year and the MA (Vic) team have released another bumper annual program of seminars, masterclasses, workshops and special member events.
Geelong hosts this year’s Victorian Museums and Galleries Conference at the National Wool Museum in April
Applications for bursaries are now open for this year’s MA National Conference in Canberra.
MA National Elections
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