La Perouse Museum Collection Policy

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The La Perouse Museum has developed a Collection Policy, that reflects where the Museum has come from and where it might go in the future.

Based on national museum standards, the policy outlines the museums key collecting focus and collections management.

Background

The Policy has been developed by consultant Margaret Birtley AM of Significance International Pty Ltd in partnership with the Curator La Perouse Museum, and funded through a grant from the Australian National Maritime Museum.

The policy has also been developed through consultation with key stakeholders including the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NSW), the Friends of Laperouse Museum, the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council and the La Perouse Museum and Headland Trust.

We welcome community feedback on the Policy as we continue to develop the Museum as a valued cultural asset for our growing audiences.

To have your say:

The Collection Policy is also available in hard copy at all Randwick City Libraries and at the Customer Service Centre, 30 Frances Street, Randwick.

Consultation period: 21 October to 17 November 2020.

The La Perouse Museum has developed a Collection Policy, that reflects where the Museum has come from and where it might go in the future.

Based on national museum standards, the policy outlines the museums key collecting focus and collections management.

Background

The Policy has been developed by consultant Margaret Birtley AM of Significance International Pty Ltd in partnership with the Curator La Perouse Museum, and funded through a grant from the Australian National Maritime Museum.

The policy has also been developed through consultation with key stakeholders including the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NSW), the Friends of Laperouse Museum, the La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council and the La Perouse Museum and Headland Trust.

We welcome community feedback on the Policy as we continue to develop the Museum as a valued cultural asset for our growing audiences.

To have your say:

The Collection Policy is also available in hard copy at all Randwick City Libraries and at the Customer Service Centre, 30 Frances Street, Randwick.

Consultation period: 21 October to 17 November 2020.

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