Applications are now open for individuals or organisations to receive project assistance, a regional internship or a movable heritage fellowship in 2013.
- Regional Internships provide training and development opportunities for regional and rural cultural workers, including short courses and a project-based, four-week internship at the Powerhouse Museum. Financial assistance of up to $750 is available. Applications close 28 September 2012. Read more
- Project Assistance offers cultural heritage organisations across New South Wales advice and/or assistance to assist in recording, preserving and displaying their collections for the benefit of the community. Applications close 28 September 2012. Read more
- The Movable Heritage Fellowship invites tertiary students to undertake a research project on an object or group of objects in a community museum, historical society or other collecting institution. The Fellow will receive $5,000 and spend a minimum of one week at the Powerhouse Museum working with a supervisor. Applications close 1 February 2013. Read more
Any questions or need help with your application? Contact Rebecca Pinchin, Powerhouse Museum on freecall 1800 882 092, ph (02) 9217 0220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org@phm.gov.au
Congratulations to the successful applicants for the 2012 Movable Heritage Fellowships! Well done to Rosemarie Strange, for her project on the Hamilton Hume Dress collection at the Boorowa Museum and Roslyn Carroll, for her project on the Sir William Hudson’s Treasures in the Adaminaby Snowy Scheme Museum.