Hopes

By Nathan Sentance   The following is a list of a few hopes I have for the GLAMR profession and its collections in regards to First Nations Culture   I hope for First Nations people are seen as the owners of their own culture.   Many GLAMR institutions have valuable First Nations cultural heritage within... Continue Reading →

My Favourite Thing – Cooking My Culture

  By Vick Gwyn   For as long as I can remember, food - and making it - has been an integral part of my identity. I'm a child of parents from two different cultures, who was born in a third, raised in a fourth, and through all of it, the one unifier has been... Continue Reading →

My Favourite Thing – The Oral Historian

  By Stephanie Boyle   I’ve played trivia in Kandahar. Walked through Saddam’s summer palace. And watched the flags go down in Tarin Kot, when an Australian soldier died. Working at the Australian War Memorial has seen me in places curators don’t usually go. This is my … gosh. Eleventh year at the Australian War... Continue Reading →

A Creative Production: Vanessa Wright

  By Vanessa Wright     Producing a festival is fun; it’s exciting, demanding, fulfilling and has a satisfying end point. It’s also exhausting, stressful, time consuming and involves a lot of emails (so many), a lot of compromises and even more negotiation. But at this point in my career I can’t imagine doing anything... Continue Reading →

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