We are really pleased to announce the the WA Dept of Culture and the Arts are providing a special allocation of Art Flight funding for regional delegates to our conference.
To read more about this initiative go to Art Flight Grants
Added by Jane King on August 31, 2011 at 10:43am — No Comments
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
Added by Jane King on August 26, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments
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
Added by Jane King on August 24, 2011 at 3:31pm — No Comments
I know you're all dying to see this so here's a sneak peak at the conference program.
You'll also be please to know we are just finalising the details on a raft of optional activites including tours, workshops, and symposium as well as lots of out of hours social…Continue
Added by Jane King on August 23, 2011 at 12:02pm — No Comments
Conference Early Bird registrations are opening on Monday.
The conference organising committee have been working overtime to ensure an exciting, encompassing, engaging and entertaining program.
If you have submitted an abstract for the conference keep an eye on you emails next week as the notifications will start coming through.
For a sneak peak at the conference draft program…Continue
Added by Jane King on August 19, 2011 at 5:02pm — No Comments
Are you there? A call from Australia!
100 years ago a call was put out for the British to buy a Ready Made Farm and immigrate to Carnamah, Winchester or Coorow. 20 families did, and for almost a decade their lives became entangled in a railway company who…
Added by Carnamah Historical Society on August 15, 2011 at 9:23pm — No Comments
We've just uploaded a virtual exhibit to our website called Milk, Cream & Butter.
A combination of local objects, articles, advertisements and photographs come together to explore the tasks involved in these once very time consuming commodities. It also touches on how these tasks impacted on people's lives.
For Mrs Mary Lang it was a lengthy part of every day, while…Continue
Added by Carnamah Historical Society on August 8, 2011 at 9:43pm — No Comments
It's sometime since I reported on the progress of the reconstruction of the fire-damaged wing of the Edenvale Homestead. Fortunately by the time the rains arrived, the roof was on and work was able to continue through the worst of the rain. The drains did proof a bit of a problem, but all work is almost completed. It is hoped that the building will be officially handed over to the Shire of Murray sometime within the next couple of weeks. Everyone is very impressed and pleased with the…Continue