Nicholas Hadnutt

Nick started volunteering with the Cultures and Histories program in 2007, becoming a fulltime Assistant Collection Manager in 2008 followed by Collection Manager in 2011. Nick successfully guided the Collection Management program through the following four years with key highlights including the successful management of multiple blockbuster international touring exhibitions as well as substantial exhibition renewal and redevelopment at the Museum’s Southbank campus.

In 2015, Nick was awarded the position of Curator, Archaeology and is currently engaged researching Queensland Museum's substantial archaeology collections. Nick’s research interests include historical archaeology as well as museum collection development and access to museum collections.

Exhibitions
The Last Days of Burke and Wills. 04 August 2010 - 05 December 2010.

Projects
Burnett River Rock Engravings repatriation project
Ravenswood Historical Archaeology project

Projects

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Archaeological assessment of the Burke and Wills Plant Camp

Research project to investigate claims that a remote, western Central Queensland archaeological site is Burke and Wills Camp 46R, the 'Plant Camp'.

Position

Assistant Collection Manager, Cultures & Histories Program

Qualifications

Bachelor of Arts (Archaeology double major), University of Queensland

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