Australia

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Australia

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Australia

The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences was established in 1879 and currently comprises the Powerhouse Museum, the Sydney Observatory and the Powerhouse Discovery Centre (collection stores at Castle Hill).   Read More

Indonesia-Australia museum internship enhances cross-cultural understanding

Indonesia-Australia museum internship enhances cross-cultural understanding

For Putu Ayu Yunita Yastini, it was the obvious choice of the Australian Museum for her museum internship under the Australia-Indonesia Youth Exchange Program in 2013.  Read More

[Leipzig] Aboriginal Art from Central Australia

[Leipzig] Aboriginal Art from Central Australia

The exhibition, Aboriginal Art from Ntaria, will be held until March 23rd 2014 at the Grassi Museum of Ethnology in Leipzig, Germany.  Read More

[Asia] UNESCO World Heritage live webcast

[Asia] UNESCO World Heritage live webcast

CONNECT-Asia presents a live stream broadcast from eight Asian countries on 1st November 2012, from UNESCO World Heritage sites, connecting viewers worldwide with Nepal, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, South Korea, and Australia.  Read More

Australian Museum, Sydney

Australian Museum, Sydney

The Australian Museum in Sydney was founded in 1827 and its mission is to inspire the exploration of nature and cultures.
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Detail of Sho-Kannon Bosatsu, Japan 12th century

Exhibition: In the steps of the Buddha, Melbourne

The exhibition, In the steps of the Buddha – held at the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, explores the development of Buddhist imagery across Asia.   Read More

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