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Posts Tagged "Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery"

taypani milaythina-tu: Return to Country

showcases Aboriginal artists at TMAG

Mithina objects loan to TMAG link Derbyshire

County Record Office’s ‘Discovering Franklin’

TMAG’s Elspeth Wishart reflects

on her journey as a curator

Mary Mulcahy, Dir, TMAG interview on a

stewardship role on behalf of all Tasmanians

TMAG brings new life to exhibits with

new technology giving new perspectives

Mary Mulcahy announced as Director, TMAG

– commencing role in April, 2022

Susan Lester’s 199 lost Tas bird paintings

– TMAG & crowd funding support for publn

Exhibitions Officer – TMAG

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) is Tasmania’s leading natural, cultural and heritage organisation. It is a combined museum, […]

Comms, Marketing and Media Manager – TMAG

Major Duties Provide media advice on key issues affecting the TMAG and manage the TMAG’s media requirements to ensure that […]

Director – Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Duties The Director will deliver on the following key result areas: Provide high-level leadership and executive management of the human, […]

First Peoples Learning Facilitator – TMAG

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may […]

House Museum Coordinator – TMAG

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may […]

Curator (Pacific) – TMAG

Curator (Pacific), First Peoples Art and Culture Duties Review and improve cataloguing information for the Pacific Cultures collection, and prepare […]

Janet Carding leaves TMAG for Sydney Harbor

Trust bringing experience in connecting

Collection Manager (Vertebrate Zoology) – TMAG

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may […]

QVMAG & TMAG sign MoU

to further arts and history in Tasmania

TMAG & RS Tasmania Preminghama apology

for removal 14,000-year-old petroglyphs

Lucienne Rickard’s Extinction Studies

exhibition at TMAG ends

Preminghana petroglyph permits signed to

deaccess & return to Aboriginal land

Project Officer Migrant Experiences – TMAG

Duties Contribute to the development, care, research and interpretation of the Museum’s Migrant Heritage collections with particular emphasis on the […]

Snr Curator Vertebrate Zool & Palaeont – TMAG

Senior Curator (Vertebrate Zoology and Palaeontology) As a member of the Zoology team, be responsible for the development, management, conservation […]

John Glover Prize judges revealed for 2021

incl QVMAG Director & TMAG Curator

Snr Curator, Vertebrate Zoo & Palaeon – TMAG

Senior Curator – Vertebrate Zoology and Palaeontology Position Objective: As a member of the Zoology team, be responsible for the […]

Technical Officer (Threatened Birds Project) – TMAG

Position Objectives As a member of the Zoology team, be responsible for the management, preparation and necropsy of incoming threatened […]

Executive Assistant – TMAG

Position Objective: Provide high-level executive, administrative and support services to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG) Director, TMAG Executive […]

Senior Conservator, Objects – TMAG

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may […]

Blundstone celebrates 150 years of boot making

– one of Tasmania’s oldest brands

TMAG receives $3M for essential mtc

through COVID-19 stimulus package

Manager Bequests & Individual Giving – TMAG

We are a diverse and inclusive workplace that understands the importance of flexibility. Talk to us about what flexibility may […]

TMAG resolves Preminghana petroglyphs

“belong with Tas Aboriginal community”

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