Using the NSW State Archives Collection on the MHNSW website
April 11 @ 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM AEST$20.00 – $30.00
Museums of History New South Wales – State Archives Collection
Museums of History NSW cares for, and provides access to, significant historic places, collections and archives in NSW and is responsible for promoting knowledge and appreciation of history. It is a statutory body, principally funded by the NSW Government.
Learn how to search and get the most out of the new State Archives Collection with Martyn Killion.
Martyn Killion is Director, Collections of Museums of History NSW. Martyn has oversight of the care, management and accessibility of MHNSW collections, most notably the State Archives Collection, the Caroline Simpson Collection and house museum collections. This involves ensuring the proper transfer of material including transfer of records into the State Archives Collection and their documentation; their care through conservation; and providing services for the public to access the collections.
Martyn has over 35 years’ experience in the NSW Public Sector. This includes a long association with NSW State Archives and extensive government experience particularly in the area of culture and the arts having worked in a number of roles at Arts NSW (now Create NSW) and in cultural institutions.
This session will be recorded and available for all that registered for a month to view
The tickets will be closed on Monday 10th April at 3pm
The link will be forwarded after 4pm on Monday 10th April 2023