Apr 08, 2019

Call for Nominations: Victorian Museum Awards 2019

Image: Angela Henricksen, Archival Survival, with Chris Dormer and Andrew Boc, from the Stanley Athenaeum, winner of the Archival Survival Award for Volunteer-Run Museums. Photo: Simon Fox, Deakin University.

We're very pleased to announce that nominations for the 2019 Victorian Museum Awards are now open.

This is your chance to nominate a special individual or organisation for excellence in line with the National Standards for Australian Museums and Galleries.

The nomination process is simple, free, and open to both members and non-members, so why not nominate? Winners receive prizes and a tailored media pack to promote their Award in the media.

Nominations are invited in the following categories:

INDIVIDUALS

AMaGA Victoria Award for Excellence (Volunteer)
AMaGA Victoria Award for Excellence (Paid Staff)

Individual Award winners receive a professional development pack valued at over $400.

ORGANISATIONS

Archival Survival Award for Volunteer-Run Museums (up to 1 EFT paid staff) – Prize: archival supplies valued at $1,000
Archival Survival Award for Small Museums (2-7 paid staff) – Prize: archival supplies valued at $1,000
AMaGA Victoria Award for Medium Museums (8-50 Paid Staff)
AMaGA Victoria Award for Large Museums (51+ paid staff)

> Guidelines and nomination forms

Nominations close Friday 17 May. We look forward to receiving your entries! 

Image: Angela Henricksen, Archival Survival, with Chris Dormer and Andrew Boc, from the Stanley Athenaeum, winner of the Archival Survival Award for Volunteer-Run Museums. Photo: Simon Fox, Deakin University.