'Collecting the West' nodegoat training at the University of Western Australia

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The last couple of days we have been in Perth to start the project 'Collecting the West'. This project uses nodegoat to map and analyse how objects from Western Australia have circulated through global, national and local collecting networks.

The project is led by Alistair Paterson, professor of Archaeology at the the University of Western Australia, and Andrea Witcomb, professor of Cultural Heritage And Museum Studies at Deakin University. The Collecting the West project is a collaboration between The University of Western Australia and Deakin University. It will draw on the collections of the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the State Library of Western Australia, the Western Australian Museum, and the British Museum.

More information about the project can be found at their website: collectingthewest.org.

While we were in Perth we also gave a nodegoat workshop for a group of researchers and students of the University of Western Australia.

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