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Seminar on cultural heritage in East Timor

From: Ally Long <a.long>
Date: Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Seminar and launch
UNESCO/Timor Leste Museum to Museum Partnership
Yasuko Hiraoka Myer Room, Level 1
Sidney Myer Asia Centre
The University of Melbourne
11-12 December 2006
9am-5pm

The University of Melbourne is hosting a seminar and launch of the
UNESCO/Timor Leste Museum to Museum Partnership on 11-12 December
2006. This programme will support the development of a museum
programme of international standing to provide a focus for the
preservation of cultural material, and the heritage of East Timor.

The seminar will bring staff from Timor Leste's Ministry for
Education and Culture to Australia for training and will be held
over two days. The launch will be held on Tuesday 12 December, 2007
at 3:30pm at the Sidney Myer Asia Building at the University of
Melbourne. A seminar programme and background information is
available at

    <URL:http://www.culturalconservation.unimelb.edu.au/
        museum-to-museum.html>

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People are encouraged to attend parts of the seminar if they are not
available for the full duration, but must RSVP.

Our partner institutions--the National Gallery of Victoria,
Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, the Australian Museum, Artlab South
Australia and the Vanuatu Cultural Centre, amongst others--will
provide the staff from the Ministry of Education and Culture with
the opportunities to develop their experience and training in the
care and conservation of cultural heritage. This programme is
managed by UNESCO Jakarta, Department of Education and Culture Timor
Leste, and the University of Melbourne.

Directors and representatives from Australian museums and galleries,
Victorian Government representatives, UNPAZ University in East
Timor, local Timorese groups, community and aid organisations, and
international partners will be attending the launch.

The project provides the cultural heritage sector in Australia with
a most unique opportunity to contribute to the development of the
cultural heritage programme of East Timor.

Attendance is free, but bookings are essential. Please RSVP to

    Ally Long
    Development Officer
    Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation
    The University of Melbourne 3010
    +61 3 8344 0354
    a.long [at] unimelb__edu__au


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