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World Slow Art Day

This Saturday, 12 April.

Street Art Wins award

RISE exhibition at Canterbury draws big crowds and wins award.

Bark Cloth Revival

Australian Museum assists Vanuatu to revive ancient crafts.

Communicating the Museum Conference

Call for papers.

Museums are Magic

Five museum professionals reveal why museums are magic.

Museums, ethics and law seminar 22 April

Seminar by visiting British expert at National Museum of Australia.

New ABC Arts Council

ABC announces new arts programming and council.

Museums in the digital age

… information once held by museums can can now be accessed globally with the click of a mouse…

Sun Savings

Auckland War Memorial Museum makes savings through solar panels..

WWI letters and diaries online

The voices of those who served.

Museum and University research links

An anti-venom bank and a study of cultural stereotypes on Australian television – diverse museum projects.

Women as Museum Leaders

As of 2012, 57 percent of museum directors in the United States are women …

UK Copyright Changes Benefit Museums

Museums will be able to make unlimited copies of works in their collections for preservation purposes.

Arts in Daily Life

Australia Council releases new survey.

Te Papa Promotes Human Rights

Te Papa and NZ Human Rights Commission partner to promote human rights.

Collections and Climate Change

Video of Dr Dan Fisher, Australian Museum Research Institute.

Museum Victoria a Winner

The ‘First Peoples’ exhibition at Melbourne Museum wins prestigious national and international awards.

WA Museum Award for International Cooperation

ICOM honours WAM for maritime cultural work with South Korea.

Australia’s biggest Wildlife Biobank

New facility to be developed at Melbourne Museum.

Technology on the Horizon

US technology and trends report for the museum sector now available online.

Australian Museum Makeover

$7.2 million for transformation of Australian Museum in Sydney.

Ten Years & Ten Million Visitors

Australian Centre for the Moving Image CEO, Tony Sweeney, moving on.

Wildlife ‘Detectives’

Preventing wildlife poaching with DNA forensic science.

Museums and the Box Office

A Daily Review interview with Patrick Greene, CEO, Museum Victoria.

Prehistory at risk

Concern at lack of protection for significant Australian fossil sites.

Gender and the Museum

UK article on the ongoing imbalance at museum director level.

CAN to close

Collections Australia Network site to go off-line.

Call for Museum Audits

CAMD Chair comments on acquisition guidelines.

Anzac Grants Program Open

$100,000 for cultural institutions and $50,000 for artists …

3D technology changing museums

3D technology blossoms in museums.

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