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Our Global Neighbours: Melanesia – a bird’s-eye view
A mosaic of hair-styles, colours, languages and blurry boundaries.
Natural glass used for chopping tools in ancient Papua New Guinea
Axes made of glass were used to chop wood over 3000 years ago in Papua New Guinea.
Tracking ancient trade on Manus Island, Papua New Guinea
Discovery of an obsidian source on Manus Island reveals ancient trading patterns in Papua New Guinea
The 20th anniversary in June 2012 of the Mabo decision overturning terra nullius in Australia has justifiably been marked and celebrated.
AMplify ep 21: Live Night Talk on Asaro Mud Masks from Papua New Guinea
A distinguished panel explore the cultural significance and museum acquisition of Asaro Mud Men Masks.
In the field: Asaro Mud Men Clay Mask Acquisition project
AM Collections Officer Yvonne Carrillo-Huffman takes us high into the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea to meet the Asaro Mud Men.
What is an Asaro Mud Mask?
The Australian Museum has commissioned the creation of five Asaro Mud Masks to be held in the Cultural Collection.
Our Global Neighbours: King Solomon and Spanish dreams in Melanesia
Layers of history in Solomon Islands: people, culture and collections.
Our Global Neighbours: Stranded in Melanesia in WW I
How the virtual prisoner of the Great War found new directions in anthropology.
Linking Melanesian Art and Culture.
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.