Open the Doors: Storytelling and Exhibition Design
The Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) is a for purpose, non-government national association, representing museums and galleries throughout Australia. AMaGA Western Australia (WA) is the State’s peak advocacy body for the cultural and creative collecting sector.
Sponsored by the Western Australian (WA) Museum, the Open the Doors program supports the ongoing development of knowledge and practical skills in museums, galleries, libraries, archives and other collecting organisations across WA. It aims to strengthen community networks and solidify the sustainability of collecting organisations as valued assets in the wider community.
This series of workshops is focused on people working and volunteering in regional cultural and creative collecting organisations. It is tailored around Australian industry standards for collections management and digitisation. The training is designed to help organisations to build capability in the preparation of the policies, procedures and skills required to take advantage of the online collections platform, Collections WA.
Storytelling and Exhibition Design:
- How to tell engaging stories using your collection.
- Learn how to ‘plan, prepare, digitise, share’ method of digitisation.
- Understanding digitisation equipment and standards.
Thanks to the generosity of WA Museum, this program has been heavily subsidised making it accessible to the broadest audience.
The program will be delivered online via Zoom. For more information contact our Events and Professional Development Officer Sam Beard on email@example.com
This program has been developed by AMaGA Western Australia and the WA Museum with support from the Western Australia State Government.
Image courtesy: Tourism Western Australia. Gwalia Museum, Gwalia.