Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences | Regional Stakeholder Forum 2018
Presented in partnership with MAAS, Museums & Galleries of NSW and Regional Arts NSW, this free forum at MAAS Powerhouse on Friday 23 November is an opportunity for regional museums and the collecting sector to hear presentations on current topics and to network with other regional participants. This year we have also programmed four break-out sessions happening simultaneously.
To book the one-day forum you must register for one of the four break-out sessions, which entitles you to a full-day forum ticket. Tickets include a light lunch.
Booking is essential at: maas.museum/program/regional-stakeholder-forum-2018/
Forum program at: maas.museum/app/uploads/2018/08/Regional-Stakeholder-Forum-Program-2018.pdf
Forum speakers include:
Dr Kate Gahan, Freelance Historian & Michael Rolfe, CEO Museums & Galleries of NSW; Marcus Hughes, Head of Indigenous Engagement & Strategy, MAAS; Samantha Leah, Regional Museums Officer, Museum of the Riverina, Wagga Wagga City Council; Andrew Trump, Senior Heritage Project Officer, Heritage Near Me, Office of Environment and Heritage; Kathryn Pitkin AM, Chair of the Management Committee, National Trust’s Miss Porter’s House, Newcastle; Heather Trevaskis, President of the Lockhart & District Historical Society, Greens Gunyah Museum, Lockhart; Adam Deusien, Director of the Arts Program, Artstate Bathurst; Emma Williams, Museum Curator, Albury LibraryMuseum; Karolina Novak, Education Program Producer, MAAS.
Forum break-out sessions:
- Common Good exhibition tour
- How to move a collection demonstration and talk
- Human non Human exhibition tour
- Photographing objects: tips and tricks demonstration talk
For more information and to book visit maas.museum