national wool museum
The National Wool Museum showcases Australia's rich wool heritage, exploring the past, present and future of the Australian wool industry. The collection consists of approximately 7,000 objects, and includes textiles, paper-based items, objects, paintings, photographs and large pieces of machinery. ICS was engaged to provide a range of services, including undertaking a Significance Assessment of the collection, and completing a review of current collection policy documents.
- Significance Assessment of entire collection
- Review and revision of existing Collection Policy to form Collection Policy and Development Plan
- Development of conservation treatment priorities
- Development of list of disaster response priority items
City of Greater Geelong
Books and wool samples