Ms Mohr is experienced in delivering training to Indigenous people.
Ms Mohr has the following relevant qualifications and experience:
- Workplace Trainer and Assessor, Master of Art Administration, Graduate Diploma of Museum Studies, Bachelor of Visual Arts.
- 20 years of cultural heritage management practice with the Queensland Museum as Museum Development Officer in western, northern and southern Queensland providing training and professional development for volunteer run museums, galleries and keeping places. I have conducted significance assessments of cultural heritage material, developed exhibitions and other public programs, conducted training in strategic planning, collection management, significance assessment, preventative conservation, textiles / paper / object preservation, collection database, display development and others as required. I have written numerous reports for the Queensland Museum. Previously I was Senior Curator with the Mary MacKillop Museum documenting the sites Australia-wide associated with Mary MacKillop assisted by a Commonwealth Government grant. Prior to that I was Registrar of Exhibitions for the Art Gallery of NSW working on all domestic and international exhibitions, and being responsible for their permanent collections. In all of these positions I worked with Indigenous groups (see below).
I have a range of experience working with Indigenous people, including:
- 2007 - 2011 Cherbourg Ration Shed Precinct - I conducted collection management training, and held an interpretive signage workshop, a display development workshop, and a developing public programs workshop.
- 2004 2005 - I mentored an Indigenous trainee through the Youth Arts Queensland - Youth Arts Mentoring Program.
- 2003 - I conducted display development workshops for the Girringun Elders Group in Cardwell and project managed the group for the development of the display.
- 2002 - I conducted display development workshops for the Cardwell and Murray Upper Coop.
- 1999 - Museums Australia Queensland collaborated with the Queensland Museums Museum Development Officers for each officer to workshop with an individual Cape York Aboriginal Land Council to realise community projects. I worked with the Cooktown Aboriginal Land Council.
Ms Mohr has delivered cultural heritage management training to an Indigenous group within the last 12 months (valid at October 2011).
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The Register of Cultural Heritage Management Training Providers has been developed as a resource for Indigenous land and sea managers who want to undertake training in cultural heritage management.
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