Come on a journey of discovery with a new program of talks.
Artist, researcher and descendant of the Gunantuna people, Lisa Hilli will share insights and outcomes of her creative practice inspired by museum and archival collections from Papua New Guinea.
Di Bray, Erich Fitzgerald and Karen Rowe introduce wildlife projects achieving great things in Australia.
Discover how the preservation of plastics is becoming one of the major museum collection management issues of the 21st century.
Dr Erich Fitzgerald and Dr Tom Rich, Senior Curators of Vertebrate Palaeontology at Museums Victoria, will talk about the biggest animals that ever lived, and the biggest list of volunteers on a dinosaur dig!
Join the conversation with a panel of expert thinkers as they engage in a critical debate surrounding representations of the Holocaust.
This History Week join us in an event that turns history on its head.
Join leading thinkers as they discuss how sustainable business models work – in theory, and in practice.
The eels are not fed over winter. They hibernate during winter when the water drops below 10oC.
Discover how the histories of migration and television in Australia are intertwined, and how migrants are represented in the industry and on screen.
What Do We Know? When Did We Know It? What Do We Do?
Honouring customary knowledge holders, hear how the Te Pasifika redevelopment will convey positive change, respect and understanding to wider communities.
A series of hot button conversations about science, society and culture. Guaranteed to provoke!
See what results when creative thinkers get locked into museum collections for a day!