We have created an events program for 2021, and hope to see you all there! The PDF of the program can be accessed here.
Friday 3 December 2021
Golden Wattle, 110 Pirie Street, Adelaide
Free (please pay for own food)
Celebrate all we've achieved in 2021 at The Golden Wattle, with a chance to network and catch-up with colleagues over coffee and breakfast. Our Christmas breakfast will have a little added sparkle to celebrate the end of the year. As is tradition, AMaGA will cover the cost of your coffee or beverage as a thank you for your support.
GLAM breakfasts are open to everyone interested in galleries, libraries, archives and museums, so grab a colleague and book yourselves a spot. Free to attend, just pay for your own breakfast.
Menu at the Golden Wattle
Pre-order for breakfasts are required by selecting the relevant option when booking via Eventbrite. Payment will be taken on arrival at the Golden Wattle:
Coconut rice pudding - with seasonal fruit, candied grains and seeds, $20
Fresh croissant from our friends at Lost Loaf with butter and house made preserves, $15
Toast w/preserves, $10
If you have any food allergies, please be sure to let us know as Golden Wattle will happily accommodate you. We will close bookings for this event two days prior to the breakfast to provide the Golden Wattle with advanced notice of the food orders.
CULTURE, HERITAGE AND ARTS REGIONAL TOURISM (CHART) PROGRAM
The grants aim to help regional museums, galleries, and historical societies to continue to offer appealing cultural tourism experiences as they recover from the impacts of COVID-19.
CHART grants will provide funding up to $3,000 to enhance visitor experiences, promotions, and access to organisations and their services, with the goal of supporting the sustainability of regional cultural organisations and their local economies.
Activities funded must be delivered by 30 June 2022.
Funding will be administered in one round, with applications assessed in batches of 100, on a first-come first-served basis. AMaGA strongly encourages eligible applicants to submit at the earliest opportunity.
Potential projects to consider include:
Collections management and exhibitions • Collection conservation by a professional conservator • Procurement of new storage and archival equipment • Purchase of exhibition display cabinets and equipment • Website design or renewal Capital Works • Installation ramps and rails to improve accessibility • Purchase an air conditioner • Other building modifications that will improve the sustainability of the organisation Equipment • computers, cameras, printers, scanners Outsourced professionals • Contracting for professional services such as collection management, designers, researchers, curators, conservators, and historians Printing and Fabrication • Design and print new labels for exhibitions • Purchase banners, brochures, and signage • Create a heritage trail pamphlet Public Events • Plan an open-day or talk to re-engage the local community
Training • Funding for professional development for your staff and volunteers COVID-19 Operating Expenses • Make your spaces more Covid-safe for employees, volunteers, and visitors