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
Added by Jane King on November 28, 2011 at 12:14pm — No Comments
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.
Added by Jane King on June 9, 2011 at 3:44pm — No Comments
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
Added by Jane King on June 3, 2011 at 3:23pm — No Comments
In considering topics for our forthcoming National Confernce - At The Frontier - the issue of climate change is obviously a "hot" topic (pardon the pun) and we recently had the Hot Science Global Citizens Symposium in Sydney.
I have just come across the following interesting article on a pilot study at the National Musuem of Wales on the carbon footprint of museum loans:…Continue
Added by Jane King on May 31, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
Museums Australia WA branch is pleased to announce preliminary details of the 2011 National Conference.
For the first time the 2011 Museums Australia National Conference will be held in conjunction with the National Symposium of the Interpretation Association of Australia.
MAWA and IAA(WA) will host this combined conference at the soon to be opened State Theatre Centre located in the revitalised Perth…Continue
Added by Jane King on December 13, 2010 at 12:26pm — No Comments
Well its over for another year and what a conference it was!!
From the opening Key Note by our new WA Museum CEO Alec Coles to the final de-brief and panel discussion on disasters, we were kept engaged, entertained and inspired.
On behalf of the staff and committee at Musuems Australia WA we would like to thank everyone who participated over the last three days in making this a memorable experience for all.
Photos will be posted (as soon as I can…Continue