Search results for "intellectual property"

  • Intellectual property guidelines


  • Exhibiting human remains

    The trade in antiquities, including human remains was commonplace in the 19th century. Public fascination with mummies has remained steadfast, but some museums in the 21st century are attempting to redress the balance, to look at the history of acquisition of these remains and to begin a dialogue with their communities of origin. In a similar way , many Indigenous remains in museums were acquired unethically. The Australian Museum supports the repatriation of these remains to their community of origin.

  • Virtual Museum of the Pacific

    A virtual platform is being created to unlock the Australian Museum’s world-renowned Pacific Collection for a global audience.

  • Design like an Egyptian: terms and conditions

    The Australian Museum presents Design Like an Egyptian - Jewellery Design Competition. Find out more about the competition, how to enter and the terms and conditions of entry.

  • Geology Rocks: terms and conditions

    The Australian Museum holds a drawing competition each year to celebrate International Earth science week and to raise awareness of all things geologic. International Earth science week aims to engage students in discovering the Earth sciences, remind people that Earth science is all around us and to motivate geoscientists to share their knowledge and enthusiasm about the Earth, Earth Sciences and to encourage stewardship of the Earth.

  • Fashion Less Waste: terms and conditions

    The Australian Museum presents the Fashion Less Waste design competition.  

  • Gould in the field

    The success of Gould's various business and scientific endeavours relied on an uninterrupted supply of bird specimens that had been collected from all around the world. A number of Gould's contemporaries suggest that he was more at home behind a desk sorting his bird skins than out in the bush collecting them.

  • Instructions to Authors

    Guidelines for manuscript submission.

  • Australian Museum Foundation Trustees

    The Foundation is a charitable trust, the purpose of which is to raise funds for the Australian Museum.

  • Copyright Notice

    Website copyright information.

  • Eureka Prizes Partners

    The Australian Museum Eureka Prizes are made possible through the contribution and ongoing support of prize sponsors and program supporters.