National Services Te Paerangi Content and Resource Adviser | Kaitohutohu Rauemi, Emma Philpott shares a few themes from the MA18 conference.
Sabine Schulte, Te Papa Senior Adviser Loans & Acquisitions, provides a guide to borrowing from the Te Papa collection.
Last year schools from the Tairāwhiti region were invited to discover how Māori navigators used their advanced knowledge of the stars, migrating animals, weather and ocean currents to guide their journeys between Aotearoa and islands in the Pacific. Tairāwhiti Museum Team Leader Education, Julie Noanoa, shares more about this ongoing education programme.
National Services Te Paerangi North Island Museum Development Adviser, Sally August, reports on her last few months supporting museums and cultural organisation as well as highlighting development opportunities and resources of interest to the sector.
National Services Te Paerangi Iwi Development Adviser│Kaiwhanake ā-Iwi, Paora Tibble, uses a recent trip to Raglan as an example of the why, where, when, how and who of what we do to support mana taonga.
Mokau Museum and Gallery volunteer, Jan Brown, on completing the Service IQ New Zealand Certificate in Museum Practice while working at a small rural museum.
Judith Taylor, South Island Development Adviser | Kaiwhanake Whare Taonga for National Services Te Paerangi shares updates from her work with South Island museum and galleries.
New asbestos regulations come into effect on 4 April 2018 under the Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016. These regulations are focused on eliminating, and where this is not reasonably practicable, controlling the risks of exposure to asbestos.
National Services Te Paerangi Iwi Development Adviser│Kaiwhanake ā-Iwi, Paora Tibble, reports from the Tūhonohono conference, held at Te Ahu Kaitaia in November 2017.
National Services Te Paerangi North Island Museum Development Adviser, Sally August, reports on upcoming training and funding opportunities and highlights of her last few months supporting museums and cultural organisations in New Zealand’s north.