Supporter thank you event at the Justice & Police Museum

 



Late last year, the Sydney Living Museums Foundation hosted a supporter and donor thank you event at the Justice & Police Museum. Guests were treated to an exclusive viewing of fascinating objects associated with the bushranger Ned Kelly held in the collections of Sydney Living Museums and NSW State Archives, with curator, Nerida Campbell sharing some intriguing stories of the Kelly Gang’s exploits in NSW.

Sydney Living Museums Foundation would like to thank our donors, supporters and corporate partners for their support in 2019.  It is only through generous that Sydney Living Sydney Living Museums is able to remain a leading cultural heritage institution. Thank you!

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Employment

20/HC050 Heritage Project ManagerThursday 28 May 2020

Visitor experience at the Hyde Park Barracks

News

Sydney Living Museums to reopen from 1 JuneThursday 21 May 2020

Sydney Living Museums is delighted to announce we are reopening our museums and historic houses, with the safety and wellbeing of visitors and staff our main priority.

Door knocker on the front door of Meroogal

Foundation

Annual Appeal 2020Monday 4 May 2020

To help us continue our important work, we invite you to support Sydney Living Museums through the Annual Appeal 2020.

Exterior of Meroogal with Jacaranda trees in bloom

 

Meroogal Women's Art Prize updateWednesday 3 June 2020

Eat Your History publication photography at Vaucluse House

 

Q&A: Jacqui NewlingWednesday 27 May 2020

Join Jacqui Newling, Assistant curator, colonial gastronomer, author of our Eat your history book and 'the cook' in the Cook & Curator blog as we ask her about some of her favourite recipes from across our museums and historic house collections.