Friday 2 July 2021
$20 adult, $15 concession, $10 livestream
Join us at the National Museum of Australia for the opening event of the National Endangered Skills and Trades festival. This seminar will feature a panel of speakers addressing the theme 'Innovation: Using heritage and archives' to discuss how heritage, archives and traditional trades can adapt and stay relevant.
The National Endangered Skills and Trades festival aims to raise awareness for the need for a new training model for traditional trades. Across the world there are trade masters, guilds, associations and self-taught enthusiasts working to preserve skills that are at risk of being lost. Endangered Heritage aims to raise awareness of these groups and the employment opportunities that lie within.
Rapidly becoming Australia's biggest vocational trade show, the National Endangered Skills and Trades Show 2021 showcases different occupations and presents new and creative careers.