REGIONAL WORKSHOP & AGM 18 - 19 October 2018

Echuca Workshop and AGM 18 - 19 October 2018

Vessel Restoration and the River

The previous AMMC Workshop was held in Echuca - Victoria hosted by the Port of Echuca Discovery Center

The full program can be viewed here

Many joined us for the AMMC Regional Workshop in Echuca, Victoria, on 18 and 19 October 2018.

The theme of the Workshop was Vessel Restoration and the River coupled with a hands-on Workshop to develop the new ANMM/AMMC Travelling Exhibition, Australians and their Boats. The Workshop featured plenty of delegate interaction, participation, and learning about staging low cost exhibitions. 

Program

The Workshop began on Thursday 18 October with a cruise aboard Paddle Steamer Pevensy from Echuca Wharf, and concluded on Friday 19 October after the AMMC Annual General Meeting and a light working lunch.

Thursday 18 October 2018: 

  • Cruise on a river paddle steamer
  • Opportunity to discuss topics such as the realities of restoring, operating and interpreting a heritage vessel
  • A hands-on Workshop with plenty of delegate interaction, participation, and learning to develop the new ANMM/AMMC Travelling Exhibition, Australians and their Boats
  • Pubs of the Port Tour

Friday 19 October 2018: 

  • Workshop part 2, with a focus on staging low cost exhibitions - here you can find some material about one of the topics discussed: 
    1. articles from 'Museums Association UK’s journal Museums Practice'
    - Using videos in exhibitions by Joe Cutting
    - Moving image by Rebecca Atkinson
    - Sound advice Sarah Angliss
    2. AV in museums and AV in museums: example - by Alexandra Gaffikin, Head of Interpretation and Design at the Australian National Maritime Museum
  • AMMC Annual General Meeting (AGM)  

The delegate was kept low, and simply covered the costs of the event. The Workshop fee of $50 per person included, morning and afternoon teas and lunches on Thursday and Friday, plus a cruise aboard the PS Pevensey on Thursday morning and a 'Pubs of the Port' tour in the early evening on Thursday, before an optional dinner.  

Getting there: Echuca is 2.5 hour drive from Melbourne

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