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Latest News and Media

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New CEO
Media Release

Sarah Masters has resigned from her role as Acting Chief Executive Officer of MADE and the Museum is delighted to welcome Ms Rebecca MacFarling as its new CEO.

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Lunar New Year
Jetstar Magazine, National

Ballarat's Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E) launches Chinese Fortunes on the first day of the Lunar New Year (28 January).

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The man who made his mark
Alice Pung - The Age, Melbourne

Among many others, the Chinese Fortunes exhibition uncovers the fascinating story of a millionaire ahead of his time, Melbourne merchant Lowe Kong Meng.

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Chinese Fortunes
Media Release

Major Australian exhibition exploring the stories of early Chinese Australians

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163rd Anniversary of the Eureka Stockade
Media Release

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?

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New Café Opens at MADE
Media Release

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.

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From Robe to Chinese Fortunes Exhibition Showcases Early Chinese Migrants’ Spirit

The curator of MADE, Cash Brown, takes us on a tour to this wonderful exhibition with Aaron.

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19th Century BLING – Goldfields Jewellery
Media Release

BLING is an exciting exhibition featuring more than 200 pieces of rare and exquisite colonial gold jewellery from the Australian goldfields 1851 to 1901.