INSITE MAGAZINE

INSITE magazine is about the people and stories that together make up our diverse Victorian museum and gallery community. With interviews, articles, and industry news, it is essential reading for all staff and volunteers in the sector. INSITE is a hard-copy magazine that is published four times a year.

INSITE Aug-Oct 2017 Green Museums

August - October 2017 / Green Museums

This issue of INSITE is on the theme 'Green Museums' and features articles about how museums and galleries are addressing sustainability, including articles on ‘Roadside Arks’, the Museums and Climate Change Network, the sustainability measures being implemented at Museums Victoria and in the building design for the new Shepparton Art Museum, as well as coverage and photos from the 2017 Victorian Museum Awards. 

Our cover image is of Grasslands, 2014, Linda Tegg. Grasslands recreated pre-settlement grasslands in the State Library Victoria forecourt in collaboration with John Delpratt, a University of Melbourne horticulturist and ecologist. Photo: Matthew Stanton. Linda Tegg is the inaugural artist for the University of Melbourne School of Geography’s Artist in Residence program (AiRG). The residency invites artists to explore geographical ideas around contemporary social and environmental processes. Linda Tegg's project Sensing Climate, is investigating geographical ‘practices of looking’ at changing physical and social environments in situ: in the lab, in the field, in the archive, and in the office. 


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In this Issue

INSITE Aug-Oct 2017 Green Museums

The Living Museum: Victoria's roadside arks

Carole Hammond examines the ecological service of the heritage trees found on roadsides around Victoria and the importance of protecting them as if they are priceless artworks. 

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Energy Partnerships for a Greener Future

Museums Victoria attracts approximately 1.7 million visitors each year. Now its six locations are getting fit for the future by implementing the latest efficiency technology, reducing energy, water usage, and carbon emissions. 

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Shepparton Art Museum: greening the museum

Shepparton Art Museum (SAM) is moving towards the realisation of a new building and exhibition experience. Rebecca Coates and Sarah Werkmeister share how the new design fulfils one of the projects aims, to create as environmentally sound a building as possible. 

 

 

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