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Digital Pasifik live — Solomon Islands National Museum

Date: Tuesday 30 November 2021, 6pm to 7pm
Cost: Free. RSVP required.
Location: Online — Zoom
Contact details: digitalpasifik@dia.govt.nz
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Join on an online tour of the Solomon Islands National Museum with the Deputy Director Lawrence Kiko, who will be showing a selection of items from the Museum.

Access to Pacific Community digital content

Join special guest Lawrence Kiko on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Solomon Islands National Museum in this webinar with Digital Pasifik. Lawrence will show a items from the collection and share his knowledge and perspectives on the challenges and opportunities for the cultural heritage of the Solomon Islands.

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This event will be delivered using Zoom. You do not need to install the software in order to attend, you can opt to run Zoom from your browser.

  • 4pm to 5pm (Solomon Island Time)
  • 6pm to 7pm (NZDT)

Register if you’d like to join this talk. We will send you a link to use on the day.

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About the speaker

Lawrence Kiko is the Deputy Director Solomon Islands National Museum. Halo oketa. I am Lawrence Kiko. I live and work in Honiara, Solomon Islands. I work at the Solomon Islands National Museum since 1990 after high school but later went for a training and acquired formal qualification. I work as Senior Archaeologist, responsible for the archaeology programme both local and external. As the current Deputy Director of the Museum, I am also responsible for the overall management of the museum programme.

Contribute your story to digitalpasifik.org

The Digital Pasifik website aims to make visible and accessible the digitised cultural heritage of the Pacific for the people in and of the Pacific. It was launched in November 2020.

Find out how you can contribute to the digitalpasifik.org website with the guidance of Taputukura Raea.

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Bridges between worlds — Blog by Tim Kong, Programme Manager Pacific Virtual Museum Pilot Project, about the contribute a story function on digitalpasifik.org.

A group of people wearing grass skirts and sarongs dancing on a beach
The pupils of Alangaula Junior Boys School on Ugi, performing a bird or moa or native dance from Santa Ana. Image from the Solomon Islands National Museum. All Rights Reserved.