discuss document export feedback print share Blog View by topic: Musetech All Archaeology Beyond our walls Collections Exhibitions Events Entangled Islands From the Director Geology History Learning MuseTech Taonga Māori Research Still Life War Memorial Kermadec Expedition Pou Maumahara Volume SW Pacific Expedition Show more View by date: Any Any 2023 2022 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 Show more My time as New Zealand’s first Wikimedian-in-Residence Tuesday, 25 July 2017For the past five weeks, Susan Tolich has worked as a Wikimedian at Auckland Museum populating the pages of female artists to help address the fact that women are under-represented in articles and as contributors to Wikipedia, the world's biggest encylopedia. Holographic lava-bombs: an exploration into Mixed Reality education BY NILS POKEL17 May 2017Auckland Museum is currently piloting a Mixed Reality (MR) educational experience that will allow students to peer into an active volcano that is controlled by museum educators who can dial down or fire up the levels of gas and lava. Making Volume: The designBY AUCKLAND MUSEUMWed, 17 May 2017Find out about the creative processes our designers went through to bring together the challenging concepts of 2D and 3D, making it fit for purpose in the exhibition environment. Making Volume: The displayBY AUCKLAND MUSEUMTues, 9 May 2017Learn how our display team turned 600 linear metres of timber, 120 sheets of MDF, 60 stainless steel components, 31 screens, hours of 3D printing, and much more into one stunning exhibition. Enriching our Online Collections - Managing image rights for digital surrogatesby Sarah PowellSat, 22 Oct 2016We recently developed a Copyright Framework built around the OpenGLAM philosophy and Creative Commons licensing. Sarah Powell explains how we're using these tools to open up digital content where possible for reuse. The challenge of photographing the miniatureBy Dave SandersonThu, 22 Sep 2016Open collections demand high-quality collections photography. But how do you reach this level of quality when the objects you're capturing are as small as 5mm? Dave Sanderson explains how our Collection Imaging team does it.