what are some of the main threats to the indigenous australians exhibition specifically? and more broadly the Australian museum? i.e the other attractions in sydney.
what does the museum do to try and combat this? thanks
Hi again Lynda
you have alot of great information on the website!
I was wondering what are the main countries which visit the museum and is there any plans to adapt the exhibitions with multi-lingual signs so they are to gaining a maximum impact.
Also just wondering when the new Indigenous Australians exhibition will open? Visited the exhibition on the weekend and noticed a few interesting things... - the entry is hidden by the temporary egyptian exhibition. is there any plans to combat this? - the 'traditional' aspects of Indigenous peoples, the dreaming etc, is only given a tiny part of the exhibition, while the new changes to the Indigenous peoples in the last 100 years is given the majority of the space. Think this is strange as a large majority of international and domestic visitors would like to experience the 'traditional'. Will the new exhibition be more traditional or contemporary?
Thanks for your time
- this article looks interesting! where can i find it? mel
- Where is this article? looks really interesting...
- great info! Just wondering what new changes were happening to the exhibition? Also were you bringing in any new media to represent the indigenous peoples? Is the new exhibition a collaborate effort between museum staff and indigenous peoples? Thanks