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April 2019

Maritime Archaeology Lab: Open Day

April 27 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Floating Crane Hikitia, Wellington Waterfront, Taranaki St
Wellington, New Zealand
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The Maritime Archaeological Association of NZ (MAANZ) runs a volunteer-run conservation laboratory in the hold of the floating crane Hikitia, where they conserve objects that have been recovered from the sea.  Come and see MAANZ’s work and learn some of the fascinating stories of the things that have been recovered. Free entry Floating Crane Hikitia, Wellington Waterfront (by the end of Taranaki St)

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May 2019

Museums Aotearoa Annual Conference

May 22 - May 24
hosted by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 55 Cable Street
Wellington, 6011 New Zealand
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Registration is now open! Whakarongo ki te tangi a te Mātuhi, tūi, tūi, tui tuia! Tuia ki runga, tuia ki raro, tuia ki roto, tuia ki waho, tuia ki te muka tangata i takea mai i Te Hono ki Hawaiki e tū ake nei. Tuia ki a Ranginui, tuia ki a Papatūānuku, tuia ki a rāua tamariki, ki te taiao e. Tuia ngā whare taonga, ngā toi ahurewa o te motu ki Te Ūpoko-o Te Ika a Māui. Tuia te…

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June 2019

Symposium: Towards a flexible future. Managing timebased media artworks in collections

June 4 @ 8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Centenary Auditorium Art Gallery New South Wales Australia, Art Gallery Rd, The Domain 2000 Sydney, Australia
Sydney, New South Wales Australia
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Today digital technologies are so embedded in our daily lives that the rapid rate in which they develop often goes unnoticed. What does such intense and ongoing technological change mean for artists and art museums, where the notions of permanence and perpetuity have long reigned supreme? Featuring presentations from conservators and curators from the Art Gallery of New South Wales and Tate, London, as well as Australian artists, this symposium sets out to explore what it means to collect, display,…

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September 2019

NZCCM Newsletter submissions due Friday 6th September 2019

September 7

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