Macquarie University Learning and Teaching project: The Knowledgeable Object Symposium and Training Workshop

The Australian History Museum and the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University (Sydney, Australia) are hosting two free events as part of our Learning &Teaching project, The Knowledgeable Object Symposium and Training Workshop, at the end of November

The Training Workshop (limited places available for the workshop day), aimed at teachers, students and early career professionals in education and the GLAM sector, will be held on Tuesday 27th November 2018 at Macquarie University. (Find out more here: ).

The Symposium, aimed at teachers, students, professionals and academics in education and the GLAM sector, will be held on Wednesday 28th November 2018 at Macquarie University. (Find out more about the symposium: and if you are interested in presenting please (download the abstract submission template here:

Registration will be available online from late September, please email with any queries you have. Please forward this notification to any interested parties.

The #OBLCoP Project Team

[Object Based Learning Community of Practice]

Faculty of Arts Macquarie University, NSW 2109 Australia

RAAMP Seeks Paid Project Intern

Job Description

Resources for Academic Art Museum Professionals (RAAMP) Project Intern

CAA (formerly the College Art Association)
50 Broadway, 21st Floor

New York, NY 10004

Date posted: August 20, 2018

Position Title: Resources for Academic Art Museum Professionals (RAAMP) Project Intern

Supervisor: Grants and Special Programs Manager

This is a paid, part-time position, non-benefited, with a schedule of twenty hours per week for an initial period of up to three months with the possibility of extension. Compensation commensurate with experience. Continue reading “RAAMP Seeks Paid Project Intern”

Latino Art Now! 2019 April 4-6th, 2019 Sight Lines & Time Frames : National Conference on Latino Art

The 6th Latino Art Now! will consider a wide range of subjects relating to the this year’s theme: Sight Lines &Time Frames. “Sight Lines” refers to the building of critical visual literacy as well as the meaning-making curatorial practice of situating artworks in relation to each other and within multiple (art) histories. “Time Frames” signals that Latino art is an evolving notion traversing multiple generations and varying historical and social contexts.

Reproduction of Art and Cultural Heritage (ReACH) Declaration

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Launched at UNESCO in May 2017, ReACH (Reproduction of Art and Cultural Heritage) is a global initiative spearheaded by the V&A in partnership with the Peri Charitable Foundation that explores how to re-think our approach to reproducing, storing and sharing works of art and cultural heritage.

This Declaration is intended for both institutions and individuals to promote the production, sharing and preservation of digital records and reproductions (‘Records’). Owners and Stewards of Works and others involved in the process of generating these Records are encouraged to disseminate and use the ReACH Declaration as widely as possible.