Te Ara 32 (1-2) December 2007
Michelle Osborne reports on a Networking Seminar for Curators held in Akaroa, 25 -26 October, 2007
Adrian Norris is a Board Member ICOM NatHist and Co-Chair of the Working Group on the Art of Taxidermy and its Cultural Heritage Importance. He was for many years the Senior Keeper of Natural History with Leeds City Museums in the UK.
Claire Regnault delights in surprising juxtapositions found during The Clark Collection / Creative New Zealand Scholarship experience, 2007
Brett Mason puts to good use his valuable experience at a high-powered American course designed to launch novice museum directors successfully as they take up their new responsibilities.
Meredith Robertshawe is pleased to see a comprehensive travelling exhibition showcasing the fossil heritage that is usually housed in research collections and less readily available to the public.
Ashley E. Remer is not quite sure what to make of her recent visit to the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky USA, and leaves not yet “prepared to believe”
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