ARC: The Next 30

Hi everyone,

For the upcoming 2020 ARC Conference, we will be running a session in which we’d like to get your thoughts on the future direction of the ARC. What would you like to see the ARC do, and become?

Ahead of the conference, we’d love to hear your thoughts, and invite you to send through your thoughts and ideas for discussion with your peers at the conference. To give your input, please go here:

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Note: The app for the upcoming conference will include the ability to vote/like submitted questions and thoughts for this session. So, even if  you don’t have any particular ideas yourself, please do cast your vote in relation to the ideas of others, so that we know which things our members most want to hear about!

Many thanks,

Greg, on behalf of the ARC Council

Greg Hunter
Collections Registrar @ Melbourne Cricket Club (National Sports Museum)

Greg has been part of the Registration team at the National Sports Museum since 2010. He is responsible for the cataloguing, condition reporting, freighting and packing of a diverse range of over 60,000 objects in three distinct collections, and also manages the museum’s inward and outward loan agreements. Prior to entering the Registration field, Greg worked with the Shrine of Remembrance and was an exhibition assistant with the National Sports Museum, working on the development of the Champions: Thoroughbred Racing Gallery. Greg holds a BA (Honours) in History (2005) and a Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies (2012), both from Deakin University. He also holds a Diploma in Law and Collection Management (2014) from the Institute of Art and Law (UK). He is passionate about all things relating to the registration and collections fields, and is delighted to be able to assist ARC in meeting the needs of its wonderful membership base and championing the cause of registrars throughout the region.

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