Cataloguing in Gippsland

Musings of a Cataloguer at Large in Gippsland. Just personal thoughts - absolutely no bearing on the thoughts of any organisation with which I am working.

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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Indigenous Material in Collections

I have been asked to provide some links for collections that are considering how to deal with Indigenous material that they may have in their collections.

Registered Aboriginal Parties At the local level, Registered Aboriginal Parties are the voice of the local Aboriginal people in the management and protection of Aboriginal Cultural Heritage. They are the first point of contact for local discussion. They are able to provide advice about the nature of material held in your collection.


There is material HERE and HERE on the Museums Australia (Victoria) site


There is material on compulsory registration of items HERE, with links to further important material at the bottom of that page. These short videos were produced in Central Victoria to assist community museums.

1 Comments:

Blogger Infolass said...

I wonder if AIATSIS based in Canberra may also be able to provide some advice? Visit their website at: http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/

May 21, 2012 at 2:06 AM  

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