Blog: Cultural heritage
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Ocean Guardian – Malu Yawa Garka
Cultural heritageCollectionArt18 Mar 2020 Charlotte Lembit
Innovative Audiotape Device Designed In-house
AIATSIS digitisation specialists visit New Zealand
Cultural heritageDigitisationNew ZealandTe PapaDigital24 Feb 2017 Daniel Walding
Senior Digitisation Technicians, Daniel Walding & Daryl Ciubal, recently travelled to Wellington to participate in the National Digital Forum (NDF2016) and visited the digitisation programs at Te Papa Tongarewa and the National Library of New Zealand.
Capturing the AIATSIS Possum Skin Cloak
CeremoniesCultural heritageArt6 Feb 2017 Andrew Turner
AIATSIS’ story will soon be etched on to its own possum skin cloak by renowned Yorta Yorta artist and cloakmaker, Lee Darroch. AIATSIS multimedia officer, Andrew Turner, went to visit Lee at her home studio to document its creation.
My internship at the National Museum of the American Indian
Earlier this year Jodie Dowd undertook an internship at the National Museum of the American Indian which is a part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C.