July 17, 2014
A workshop about Indigenous protocols - Millthorpe
You are invited to join us in a workshop about Indigenous protocols you need to observe when displaying or accepting Aboriginal objects and storage protocols.
The workshop is being hosted by the Golden Memories Museum Park St Millthorpe on the 16 th August next.
This workshop is under the auspices of the Central Tablelands Chapter of Museums Australia and deals with important issues relating to Museums and indigenous artefacts.
The presenter will be Phil Gordon Australia’s most prominent Aboriginal Museum Officer.
Phil Gordon is currently Head of the Australian Museum’s Indigenous Heritage. Phil is a leading person in the development of Museum’s policies and procedures, dealing with indigenous cultural issues and the development of public programs at the Australian Museum’s along with other important Indigenous cultural heritage issues.
The subjects Phil Gordon will cover include .Discussions of policies. Continuing ongoing responsibilities of Museums where indigenous objects are held. The implications for and your museum
Phil Gordon will also be discussing with you, your collection or your Museum’s Collection of Indigenous Objects.
Presentation of Photographs or Indigenous Objects from your museum’s collection or your private collection, to followed by a open discussion .
After lunch a Parks and Wild life’s Paul Histonson wild explain the Current Federal Heritage Law.
This workshop is free.
There is a catering cost of $18 to Millthorpe and District Historical Society for morning tea and lunch. Morning, tea with homemade scones. Lunch Soup Sandwich’s and slices.
Please advise Phil Stevenson on 0263623257 mobile 0402412188 or email email@example.com before the 1st of August for catering requirements and you
Kind regards to you all
Elaine Kaldy Workshop Coordinator