Each year, a three day intensive preservation and collection management training workshop is held in Canberra for first time Community Heritage Grant (CHG) grant recipients. Presentations from CHG partner organisations (National Library of Australia, National Archives of Australia, National Museum of Australia and National Film and Sound Archive) and other presenters at the workshop are included as links in this section for all attendees and other CHG grant recipients to access.

CHG Preservation and Collection Management Training Workshops, 30 October – 1 November 2018

All presentation slides hosted on Slideshare

Tuesday 30 October 2018 presentations

Introductory presentations

Other presentations

Wednesday 31 October 2018 workshop sessions

National Archives of Australia - Presentations

  • Cheryl Jackson (Assistant Director, Preservation)
  • Rebecca Penna (Assistant Director, Collection Accessibility)
  • Cheryl Jackson (Assistant Director, Preservation) and Clair Murray (Senior Conservator) Tour of the repository

National Museum of Australia

  • Tania Riviere, (Deputy Manager Conservation, Collection Care & Management) A brief introduction to managing risks to collections
  • Michelle Newton-Edwards, (Textiles Conservator) Preventive conservation in action
  • Tour of the repository

National Library of Australia

  • David Blanken (Manager, Oral History & Folklore) Sound Preservation
  • Hilary Berthon (Manager, Trove Outreach) Trove : a window to our community heritage
  • Denyl Cloughley (Manager, Preservation Services) Tour of the NLA Preservation Laboratory
  • Daniel Wilksch (Coordinator Digital Projects, Public Record Office Victoria) Just Digitise It
  • Michael Proud (Senior Librarian, Pictures & Manuscripts) Negotiating rights before you digitise

 Thursday 29 October 2018 presentations