Museums & Galleries Qld

Griffith University Social Enterprise Workshops

Posted on: 13 March 2013

As part of the Griffith University Social Enterprise Program, M&GSQ has coordinated training workshops for students undertaking social enterprise placements in museums. This year, M&GSQ continues the partnership with Griffith University School of Humanities who provide funding for a training course in basic collection management and preventive conservation.

Curator, Lisa Jones from the Queensland Police Museum and Conservator, Christine Ianna facilitated these workshops on the principles, policies and procedures that describe and articulate a collecting institution’s purpose for students and volunteers.


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Museums & Galleries Queensland is the peak professional body for the public museum and gallery sector in Queensland.

Museums & Galleries Queensland promotes, supports and provides services to foster excellence in museums, galleries and keeping places. We strive to ensure a future where museums, galleries and keeping places are relevant, accessible and valued by their communities.

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