Small Museums - Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow
By JOL Admin | 9 November 2018
On October 26 - 28, 2018 Maranoa Regional Council and the townships and communities that make up the vast region hosted the Small Museums Conference with 85+ delegates travelling to the region from every part of Queensland including some from Western Australia. The theme - Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow brought amazing stories into focus all with a regional reference.
Supported by Museums & Galleries Queensland the event is held every two years. A warm welcome was extended by Councillors and Michelle Blair, Coordinator for Regional Libraries, Arts & Culture Development at the time. The overall message – experience life in the Maranoa.
The Small Museums Conference is held every two years in the state of Queensland.
- Keynote address – Liza Dale-Hallett speaks about the Invisible Farmer Project, Museums Victoria
- Diving into digitisation - Fiona Hayward, Kilburnie Homestead, Banana Shire
- What the war meant to Miles – Kylie Bourne, President, Miles Historical Village
- Sweet home Wallumbilla – Community arts project creating the Jimmy Possum chair using materials preserved from abandoned homes in the Wallumbilla district
- Bus trip to Mitchell where the brave experienced artesian water in the Spa, a tour of Booringa Heritage Museum, an introduction to Yumba Historical Preservation centre where we met up with Aunty Lynette Nixon – 2018 NAIDOC Female Elder of the Year
- Conference dinner under the stars at the Big Rig – Roma’s memorial to the pioneers of Australia’s oil and gas industry.
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