Started Jun 3, 2011
Its been over a week since the conference finished and we are now busy doing all the post-conference stuff including sending out an evaluation survey, and making the papers and presentations available on-line.
In the meantime please take the time to visit the confernence Twitter archives which are available at:
There have also been a number of great…Continue
The “digital frontier” is an important theme of At The Frontier 2011 conference and whilst the conference itself will focus on the why’s and where fore’s of the production of such material, it is important to showcase the end product, which is designed for the audience to see. What better way to do this than on a big public screen?
Anna Crane from Jäger Studio has curated a program of the vast range of digital material produced and presented by museums, galleries,…Continue
Thanks to a wide range of generous supporters and sponsors, we are able to provide bursaries to assist you to attend the National Conference in Perth this year.
For the full details on the bursaries coordinated through the National Office of Musuems Australia follow the link. http://www.museumswa.com.au/page/conference-bursaries-atf2011
If you have any queries please contact Lee or Steph at the…Continue
We are really pleased to announce that conference registrations are now open.
Full information is available on the conference website http://www.atthefrontier2011.com.au/register.html
There is also information about the extensive bursaries we have been able to secure, and also the first of many of the additional optional activites such as field trips, workshops, tours,…Continue