Plenary:  Dealing with Disasters Hall A, MECC Chair: Christine Ianna Liza Dale-Hallett Senior Curator, Sustainable Futures...
Making meaning from ashes:  Developing the Victorian Bushfires Collection Liza Dale-Hallett Senior Curator, Sustainable Fu...
Satellite image: smoke on Black Saturday
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Documenting change over time Holistic, cross-disciplinary approaches Community education & engagement Reputation for being...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Create places for reflection and commemoration
 
 
 
 
Acknowledge the complexity of disasters
 
Enrich understandings & broaden perspectives
 
 
 
Use art to help people engage  with complex feelings and experiences
‘ Disaster’ by Netty, Grade 6
‘ The Aftermath’ by Cassie, Grade 6
'Marysville', Joshua, Grade 1
‘ Ashes’ by Michael, Grade 6
'Go CFA ', Robert, Grade 4
‘ Firestorm’ by Rachel, Grade 5
National September 11 Museum, New York
Tribute WTC Visitor Center, New York
Tribute WTC Visitor Center, New York
‘ Katrina & Beyond’ exhibition, New Orleans
‘ Katrina & Beyond’ exhibition, New Orleans
Create places for reflection & commemoration Acknowledge the complexity of disasters Enrich understandings & broaden persp...
 
http://museumvictoria.com.au/collections/
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Liza Dale-Hallett, Senior Curator, Sustainable Futures, Museum Victoria presented at the Museum and Gallery Services Queensland 2011 State Conference in Mackay on Thursday 11 August 2011. Her presentation is titled, 'Making Meaning from Ashes - Developing the Victorian Bushfires Collection'

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  • Satellite image of the Victorian Bushfires on February 9, 2009. Source: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, MODIS Rapid Response Team
  • ‘ The Aftermath’ by Cassie, Grade 6.
  • ‘ Flames” by Luke, Grade 6.
  • ‘ Ashes’ by Michael, Grade 6
  • The painting featured here is, titled: ‘Firestorm’ by Rachel, Grade 5
  • I would like to end my talk today with an invitation for you to visit our website which has a growing number of collection items on line. Thank you for this opportunity to present this paper – I look forward to any questions you may have.
  • Liza Dale-Hallett, Museum Victoria

    1. 1. Plenary: Dealing with Disasters Hall A, MECC Chair: Christine Ianna Liza Dale-Hallett Senior Curator, Sustainable Futures, Museum Victoria Making Meaning from Ashes - Developing the Victorian Bushfires Collection Sponsored by:
    2. 2. Making meaning from ashes: Developing the Victorian Bushfires Collection Liza Dale-Hallett Senior Curator, Sustainable Futures Museum Victoria
    3. 3. Satellite image: smoke on Black Saturday
    4. 11. Documenting change over time Holistic, cross-disciplinary approaches Community education & engagement Reputation for being unbiased & trustworthy Preserve & learn from our past
    5. 19. Create places for reflection and commemoration
    6. 24. Acknowledge the complexity of disasters
    7. 26. Enrich understandings & broaden perspectives
    8. 30. Use art to help people engage with complex feelings and experiences
    9. 31. ‘ Disaster’ by Netty, Grade 6
    10. 32. ‘ The Aftermath’ by Cassie, Grade 6
    11. 33. 'Marysville', Joshua, Grade 1
    12. 34. ‘ Ashes’ by Michael, Grade 6
    13. 35. 'Go CFA ', Robert, Grade 4
    14. 36. ‘ Firestorm’ by Rachel, Grade 5
    15. 37. National September 11 Museum, New York
    16. 38. Tribute WTC Visitor Center, New York
    17. 39. Tribute WTC Visitor Center, New York
    18. 40. ‘ Katrina & Beyond’ exhibition, New Orleans
    19. 41. ‘ Katrina & Beyond’ exhibition, New Orleans
    20. 42. Create places for reflection & commemoration Acknowledge the complexity of disasters Enrich understandings & broaden perspectives Use art to engage with feelings & experiences Use the past to prepare for the future
    21. 44. http://museumvictoria.com.au/collections/
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