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Thoughts on Deep Oceans

Our Members were asked what they thought/learned from the Deep Oceans exhibition. Here's what some of them said...  

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: At The Museum, Date: 12 Jul 2012

Museums Orchestrating Diversities for Harmonious Change

Papers from the Alma S. Wittlin and Stephen E. Weil Memorial Lectures held during the 22nd General Conference of ICOM, 2010 now online.

By: Dr Lynda Kelly, Category: Museullaneous, Date: 09 Jul 2012

This week in fish: Lots of movies

This week we added some great new movies from Ian Banks, the Serpent Project and two taken by me in South Australia.  The week also had a distinctly 'sunfishy flavour'. Thank you to everyone who contributed.

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 06 Jul 2012

The full FLW 2012 finalist list released

Who are the finalists of FLW 2012: Deep Oceans? ...

By: Jane Johnston, Category: At The Museum, Date: 05 Jul 2012

Dion in the Solomons: Rennell and Bellona and the Atoll of Fakaofo, Tokelau

Over 3500 performers and arts practitioners from across the Pacific are converging in Honiara, Solomon Islands, for the 11th Festival of the Pacific Arts. Our Collections Coordinator Dion Peita reports from Day 5...

By: Dion Peita, Category: Science, Date: 03 Jul 2012

Dion in the Solomons: An opening to remember

Over 3500 performers and arts practitioners from across the Pacific are converging in Honiara, Solomon Islands, for the 11th Festival of the Pacific Arts. Our Collections Coordinator Dion Peita reports from Day 4..
 

By: Dion Peita, Category: Science, Date: 03 Jul 2012

Dion in the Solomons: The nine provinces and a special evening

Over 3500 performers and arts practitioners from across the Pacific are converging in Honiara, Solomon Islands, for the 11th Festival of the Pacific Arts. Our Collections Coordinator Dion Peita reports from Day 3...

By: Dion Peita, Category: Science, Date: 02 Jul 2012

Dion in the Solomons: Celebrity status and a moment of reflection at Turtle beach

Over 3500 performers and arts practitioners from across the Pacific are converging in Honiara, Solomon Islands, for the 11th Festival of the Pacific Arts. Our Collections Coordinator Dion Peita reports from Day 2...

By: Dion Peita, Category: Science, Date: 30 Jun 2012

Dion in the Solomons: Diesel, dust, skipjack and betel nuts

Over 3500 performers and arts practitioners from across the Pacific are converging in Honiara, Solomon Islands, for the 11th Festival of the Pacific Arts. Our Collections Coordinator Dion Peita reports from Day 1...

By: Dion Peita, Category: Science, Date: 29 Jun 2012

Tentative Chronology of Indigenous Canoes of Eastern Australia

In early June this year Stan Florek presented a paper at the conference ‘Nawi – exploring Australia’s indigenous watercraft,’ held at the Australian National Maritime Museum (31 May – 1 June 2012). This is a summary of this presentation.

By: Dr Stan Florek, Category: Science, Date: 26 Jun 2012