Programme

Saturday 14 May 2016
9.00-5.00Digital Academy – face to face training event: Auckland Museum
9.00-5.00Graduate Research Symposium: Fale Pasifika, University of Auckland

 


 

Sunday 15 May 2016
8.30-4.30Emerging Museum Professionals mini-conference: NZ Maritime Museum
12.00-2.00Museums Australia National Council –  Auckland Art Gallery
1.30-3.00Museum Educators: Waka – Exploring Waka Kaupapa – NZ Maritime Museum
1.00-4.00TENNZ: Touring Exhibitions Network – Cropper House, MOTAT
3.00-4.00Joint Museums Aotearoa Board /Museums Australia Council Hui – Auckland Art Gallery
5.00-6.00Museums Aotearoa AGM: NZ Maritime Museum
eveningNetwork Dinners: various venues

 


 

Monday 16 May 2016
LEADING PURPOSE AND STRATEGY
7.30Registration Open
8.45Delegates assemble in Aotea Square
9.15-10.00Pōwhiri / welcome
10.00-10.45Morning Tea
10.45-11.30KEYNOTE: Moana Jackson
Context – the evolving story of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
11.30-12.15KEYNOTE: David Garneau
From Colonial trophy case to non-Colonial keeping-house
 12.15-12.30Chaired Q&A / Discussion
12.30-1.30Lunch – Trade Exhibition
1.30-2.30PLENARY – Provocations: Robert Janes, Elizabeth Merritt, Daryl Karp, Lisa Reihana, Peter White, Albert Refiti
Future focus and sustainability for museums
2.30-3.15PARALLEL SESSIONS
 M3-B1M3-B2M3-B3M3-B4M3-B5M3-B6
 Museums in the world
Papers
Public value – can, do and should museums change lives?
Panel
Digital critique – from politeness to collegiate learning
WorkshopAWM reduced
New futures through indigenous pathways – a hub & spoke approach in central Australia
Panel
Collections and
strategy
Papers
Connectivities
– the porous museum
Papers
3.15-3.45Afternoon Tea
3.45-4.45PARALLEL SESSIONS
 M4-A1M4-A2M4-A3M4-A4M4-A5M4-A6
 Cultures and responsibilites
Pitopito Kōrero + Cafe
Public value – imagining a new kind of museum
Panel
Digital futures
Panel        
Museums of the future – through Indigenous lenses of Australia and the Pacific
Panel
Collections and
strategy 2 – tackling the tangible
Papers
Connectivities
– encountering stories & objects
Panel
4.45-5.30KEYNOTE: Dawn Casey
A conversation about museums and social capital
5.45Buses depart Aotea Centre to MOTAT
6.15Welcome Reception – MOTAT

 


 

Tuesday 17 May 2016
ENACTING: COMMUNITIES AND COLLECTIONS
7.30Registration Open
7.15-8.45Emerging Museum Professionals Café (ticketed)
9.00-9.45KEYNOTE: Elizabeth Merritt
The Ten Thousand Year Museum
9.45.10.00Chaired Q&A/Discussion
10.00-11.15PARALLEL SESSIONS
 T1-B1T1-B2T1-B3T1-B4T1-B5T1-B6
 Story telling, narratives of the now
Panel
Visitor insights & analytics PanelToward the future: trans-culturation
Panel
The future is participatory
Papers
Mana taonga
Panel
Making it different
Pitopito Kōrero /Panel
11.15-11.45Morning Tea
11.45-1.00PARALLEL SESSIONS
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 New ways of story telly
Pitopito Kōrero + Cafe
Including everyone
Papers
Working together
Papers
Networking the community
Pitopito Kōrero + Cafe
Ethics, research, institutions
Papers
What’s the story?
narrative. show, tell, argue
Papers
1.00-1.30Lunch – Trade Exhibition & Posters
1.30Buses depart Aotea Centre to offsite visits
 2.00-5.00ONSITE SESSIONS AND OFFSITE VISITS
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1145-1145Future museum at Auckland Museum
Papers Auckland Museum
Design thinking for museums is fun and easy  Workshop onsite
Strategies for the socially relevant art museum
Panel – Auckland Art Gallery
Technology – does it work for our stories?
Panel onsite
EMP Stories & Can museums change the world
Pitopito Kōrero onsite
Copyright 2.0 – Got a tricky copyright question?  Workshop onsite
Off  T5-3T5-4T5-5T5-6
Offsite  MOTAT offsite storage tour      Visit – offsiteTe Toi Uku (Portage Ceramics Trust) Visit – offsiteMangere Art Centre & Fresh Gallery Ōtāra   Visit – offsiteWallace Arts Trust at Pah Homstead  Visit – offsite
5.00Buses depart offsite visits to Aotea Centre
6.30Buses depart Aotea Centre to Auckland Museum
7.00Conference Dinner – Auckland Museum

Wednesday 18 May 2016
ENABLING: STRUCTURES, POLICIES AND OPERATIONS
 7.30Registration Opens
8.00-8.50ICOM Australia
9.00-9.15PLENARY: Hon Maggie Barry, NZ Minister for Arts, Culture & Heritage
9.15-9.50KEYNOTE: Boon Hui Tan                                                                                                                                  Relevance and trust – locally and globally
9.50-10.15Chaired Q&A/Discussion
10.15-10.45Morning Tea
10.45-11.45PARALLEL SESSIONS    
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 Repatriation & access
Papers
Operational museum leadership – a co-learning space
Workshop 2hrs
Rethinking citizen science
Papers
Connecting & re-visioning communities
Panel
Visitor research for exhibition development
Panel
Taking risks
Pitopito Kōrero & Papers 2hrs
 W2-A7     
 Q&A with Roberts Janes              Panel     
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11.45-12.45PARALLEL SESSIONS    
 W2-B1W2-A2W2-B3W2-B4W2-B5W2-A5
 Repatriation & community
Panel
Operational museum leadership – a co-learning space
Workshop 2hrs
New light on science collections
Panel
Does consensus stifle innovation?
Panel
Revisiting and renewing two of NZ’s iconic museums
Papers
Taking risks
Pitopito Kōrero & Papers 2hrs
       
12.45-1.45Lunch- Trade Exhibition & Posters
12.45-1.30 AGM Museums Australia
1.45-3.00PARALLEL SESSIONS    
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 Facing the future – the new museum educator
Panel
Excellence in operations –
It’s all about the customer
Panel
Issues of disaster
preparedness and
response in NZ & the Asia Pacific
Workshop ICOM Australia logo - plain
Strengthening our sector – leading and developing people for the future
Panel
Museum research
Panel
Commem-
orations?
Panel
       
3.00-3.30Afternoon Tea
3.30-4.30PLENARY – PANEL                                                                                                                  Future possibilities and leading the journey
4.30-5.00POROAKI / CLOSE: Tangata Whenua
5.15Awards Ceremony – Aotea Centre

 


 

Thursday 19 May 2016
Kaitiaki/Indigenous Hui (2 days stay at Ōrākei Marae)
9.00-4.00 CAMD – Auckland War Memorial Museum
0900-10.30Masterclass: Award Winning Ways – Auckland Art Gallery
Visits and tours to museums, galleries and places of interest