Professional museum curator with over 35 years’ experience in the GLAM sector. Has worked with a variety of collections in both the UK and Australia including 12 years as Community History Officer with the History Trust of South Australia, supporting South Australian community museums, archives and historical societies, as well as working with local councils. Passionate about the role museums can play re health and wellbeing, social justice, accessibility and inclusion. Committee member of the SA branch of the Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA), and a member of the Oral History Association of Australia (SA/NT branch).
Pauline can assist with the development and writing of the following:
- Interpretation or Exhibition Plans
- Significance Assessments
- Collection Management Policies and Procedures
- Grant applications
- Exhibition or Website text
Also available for research, proof reading, planning oral history projects, advising on collection management, digitization and marketing for small museums, and undertaking workshops on aspects of museum curatorial practice or creating ‘pop up museums’ or memory boxes for aged care facilities. Pauline is also an experienced family historian and a member of Genealogy SA plus a self-confessed Trove Tragic!