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Newsfeed - museums, galleries and the media

A panel discussion interrogating the dramatic changes in the media landscape and the implications for the museums and galleries sector.

Special panelists include:

  • ABC journalist Louise Maher
  • Canberra Times arts editor Sally Pryor
  • journalist, broadcaster and communications consultant Stephen Feneley
  • National Museum of Australia Public Affairs Manager Tracy Sutherland
  • National Gallery of Australia Assistant Director (Curatorial & Educational Services) Simon Elliott.

Louise Maher, Sally Pryor, Stephen Feneley

When:    Wednesday 27 July 2016
Time:      5.30 – 7.30 pm
Where:   Liangis Theatre, National Portrait Gallery

Cost:      Members (including institutional members) free
               Non-members  $25

Acceptances by Tue 26 Jul 2016: email

Further information: query

Are museums and galleries keeping up with how journalism has changed?

How can we better feed the news cycle’s thirst for content?

What stories does the press want to know about?

And how do they want to be told about them?

With pressing questions it will be a dynamic and critical conversation you will not want to miss.




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Two practical workshops for early career professionals in any area of the GLAM sector (galleries, libraries, archives and museums).


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Where do I fit?

Will assist you to develop team skills and communication strategies to work more effectively in your organisation.

Details (PDF)

Half-day workshop
Thu 8 Sep 2016

Members         $240
Non-members $320



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What do I do next?

Will help you examine your career drivers, identify directions for progression, and improve your job-seeking skills.

Details (PDF)

One day workshop
Fri 9 Sep 2016

Members         $190
Non-members $270

Lunch included

Discount for both workshops

Members           $400
Non-members   $550

Book and pay online by 12 Aug 2016: bookings

Queries: email


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