|Out of the Glass Case Outreach Program|
|APY Lands Success Story|
|2012 So Far|
2012 So Far
In June 2012, the South Australian Museum Roadshow Team showcased scientific and cultural collections and stories from the Goolwa area. Museum experts invited schools to discover the collections through workshops, giving the students the opportunity to ask questions and handle the objects.
The Roadshow also included A Day of Discovery, with public talks and a full day of one-on-one engagement with experts for the community.
This Roadshow was run in partnership with Country Arts for their biannual program, Regional Centre of Culture.
Magill Training Centre
In May 2012, we conducted a very unique Out of the Glass Case Roadshow to Magill Training Centre for Reconciliation Week.
Over three days, the young people at Magill Training Centre were engaged with workshops based around the Museum's collections: megafauna, marine invertebrates, Aboriginal cultural material, Aboriginal use of technology, and much more.
We are pleased to be able to bring our collections, research and share our knowledge with those who are unable to come to the Museum. The passion our staff have for their work really shone through, and allowed all those young people to share it too.
The Magill Training Centre is the centre for children and young people (aged 10 -18) who have been placed into criminal custody.