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Point 9 KEEP IT SIMPLE: TRULY HIP TECHNOLOGY IS TECHNOLOGY THAT WORKS CONSISTENTLY Chris Tellis, co-founder of Antenna Audio, shares best practices gleaned from his nearly three decades of developing…Continue
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Point 8 GET THE OPERATIONS RIGHT TO AVOID THE GLITCHES BECOMING THE PREVAILING MEMORY OF THE TOUR Chris Tellis, co-founder of Antenna Audio, shares best practices gleaned from his nearly three decades of…Continue
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Well the call for abstracts has now closed, but the good news is that we have been able to announce the first of our keynote and plenary speakers.
There are others yet to be announced, and we'll be letting everyone know as soon as arrangements are finalised.
To see details of the speakers go to the conference website.
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If you are having problems understanding how to join or just need some guidance on how to use linked-in please send me an email email@example.com or call me on 0404 877 530…
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Point 4 POSITION THE VISITOR AS ARCHAEOLOGIST/RESEARCHER TO MAKE DISCOVERIES THROUGH THE TOUR
“Using the original source connects the visitor more closely, the…
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Earlier this month the National Museum of Australia opened its newest and most ambitious gallery, which brought together over 1500 objects from across Australia.
You can read about the new gallery, Carnamah's part, and see photos on our blog at:
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I like to search for inspirational stuff and I came across this TED talk that I thought was fascinating. It's by an architect from the UK who has a very interesting approach and some even more interesting outcomes. Linking nature and people and thinking well outside the box he comes up with some outstanding concept.
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One of the challenges with having a conference in Western Australia is inspire interpretation and museums and galleries professionals from all over Australia and the World to commit to making the journey. Apparently we are the most isolated city in the world which has its disadvantages but has a heap of advantages too!
To help people to make the decision to come to the West we have set up a Tumbr account showing images of the fab things you can do in WA when you get here and…Continue
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No doubt some of you are planning to upload your conference abstract for the MA/IA National Conference "At the Frontier" and are thinking about how best to present your case study or idea or concept or whatever....
Some of you might also be a bit tired of the usual traditional conference formats. We are, after all, living and working in interesting, dynamic and surprising times, and we would hope our conference can present just such an image.
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You will be treated to a tour of the Royal WA Historical Society's display room, stories about some of the objects in their collection and interviews with some of the volunteers from RWAHS if you tune in at 3pm on Monday on 720 Digital and/or listen to the same content streaming on the 720 ABC radio website during Russell Woolf's Drive program at the same time.
Well done RWAHS!!!
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For those of you who are not from around here, the new State Theatre Centre, recently opened in the Perth Cultural Centre, is a state of the art cultural facility and will be the hub of our activities throughout conference week in November.
For a sneak preview check out:…Continue
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