Not your average Zoom evening, no no, this event will require observational skills, a fast (ish) finger, some lateral thinking, and a dash of geek-based-pop-culture knowledge. You don't have to be a geologist to do well in some challenges, although others will feel rock hard if you don't have one on your team.
Team numbers are limited so be sure to book your place in good time.
Geological Curator 11(4) has just been published!
We have just published the fourth issue of volume 11 of Geological Curator - members should have received a copy by e-mail, but if not, or if you would like to download the higher resolution version, then you can do so by logging into the website.
GCG 47th AGM and mini-seminar 30th November 2020 - "The Lockdown Edition"
It was great to see so many of our members and supporters at our virtual AGM - especially those of you who might have been joining us for the first time. Be sure to read our Annual Report to learn more about what the committee have achieved in 2020.
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Past events: Posters and recordings of the discussion sessions from SPPC2020 are now available online
Geological Curator is evolving
Following our sector-wide survey in 2019 the GCG committee is reviewing all aspects of the way we produce and deliver our journal to ensure it is fit for the future. We have a number of exciting opportunities for you to get on board and help us deliver our vision. See Voluntary Roles on the Geological Curator editorial team
If you work with geological collections in any way, then The Geological Curator is a must-read publication. The easiest way to get the latest issues and stay up-to-date is to join GCG. This is priced to be affordable to all and you can join instantly online - further details are available here: Sign up for membership online