Council of Australian University Museums and Collections

Dear CAUMAC network members

2020 has been a challenge for everyone, impacts within the sector and beyond will be ongoing. While COVID2020 has altered many of our plans and intended trajectories, CAUMAC remains committed to our members and the sector.  Are you getting our Network Bulletin? The CAUMAC Network Bulletin, is emailed to all network members quarterly, and it provides a useful forum for those interested in university-based museums and collections. When you renew your AMaGA membership, remember to choose CAUMAC as your Network Plan so that we can keep in touch!

Make sure the following dates are in your calendars this year:

  • 15 October 2020 – Virtual Coffee Catch-up
  • TBC – Virtual Symposium 2020

Current Committee:

  • President – Narelle Jarry
  • Vice-President – David Ellis
  • Treasurer – Andrew Simpson
  • Secretary – Gina Hammond

Ordinary Members:

  • Jason Benjamin – University of Melbourne
  • Caine Chennatt – University of Tasmania
  • Jacqueline Healy – University of Melbourne
  • Janie Mason – Charles Darwin University

We owe a debt of gratitude to our committee members who stepped down at the end of 2019 – Mirna, Anna and Susie, thank you for your tireless commitment to this network and the university museums and collections sector over many many years. Also in 2019, the first president of CAUMAC, the wonderful Barrie Reynolds passed away. His legacy is reflected on in this article by Andrew: Vale Barrie Reynolds: caumac.wordpress.com/2020/02/24/vale-Barrie-Reynolds

You can find information about AMaGA membership and membership forms on the AMaGA website.  You can follow us on twitter at @CAUMAC_AU

Contact via email at: caumac.nsw@gmail.com

We will continue working for you and the sector

*The Council of Australian University Museums and Collections is a National Network that brings together members who share particular areas of professional practice and interests within the sector. CAUMAC is a constituted division under AMaGA’s organisational structure (previously Museums Australia – MGA). For more information and to join us please visit:

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One response to “Home

  1. This looks terrrrrific! Good on both organisations for getting this symposium together.

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