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Yearly overview and Christmas message from CEO, Rebecca MacFarling
Do you have the missing piece of the Eureka Stockade puzzle?
Can Art be the Evidence that finds the exact location of the Eureka Stockade?
The new MADE Café officially opens its doors at MADE on Saturday 11 November. The café is under new management lead by chef Alan Ryan and manager Meg Boshert.
The curator of MADE, Cash Brown, takes us on a tour to this wonderful exhibition with Aaron.
BLING is an exciting exhibition featuring more than 200 pieces of rare and exquisite colonial gold jewellery from the Australian goldfields 1851 to 1901.
Link between the Magna Carta and the Eureka Stockade.
Opinion editorial for the 161st Anniversary of Eureka, Published in The Courier on December 3rd.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E) has won the Innovation category at the 2015 Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNAs) on Friday 22nd May in Sydney.
Jackie French, popular children’s author, Australian Children’s Laureate and 2015 Australian Senior of the Year, has joined with the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E)
Rare Chinese newspapers will be exhibited for the first time at M.A.D.E. They are the only known copies of these newspapers from this early gold rush period.
More than 16,000 people visited and participated in MADE’s wide range of community and on-line programs held over five months to commemorate the 160th anniversary of the Eureka Stockade.
To shed light on the legend and as part of M.A.D.E’s 160th Anniversary of Eureka, M.A.D.E initiated a living history project to recreate the Eureka Flag using original stitching methods.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E) is proud to be the first regional host for the iconic historic treasure, the Victorian Women’s Suffrage Petition 1891.
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