It is with deep regret that we have to announce the death of Howard Bartlett, a long standing subscriber to GCG. He first joined us in 1985, and although he only attended meetings held in Cardiff, he very much valued his association with our group.
We've just posted three more issues of Geological Curator into the public area of our website. GCG makes all of its publications over two years old publicly available as part of our commitment to the geological community. One of the issues is the Fossil Preparation Special which is rammed full of useful and interesting articles.
GCG members will have just received a similarly spectacular volume, our Hugh Miller special. If you like what you see in our free content, then why not join us, to get access to our most up-to-date publications.
Read and download Geological Curator 9(3) and more
As part of the ongoing development of the GCG website, you are now able to sign up for your membership and pay online. So if you have been considering joining us, but just can't remember where you put the cheque book, then this is for you.
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- Producing exhibition catalogues (Sophie Forgan, Captain Cook Memorial Museum)
- Access considerations in museum displays (Euan's Guide - the disabled access review website and app)
- Targeting and consulting audiences (Raphael Chanay, Natural History Museum)
- Modern taxidermy display practise (Ebony Andrews, Calderdale Museums)
- Labelling natural history objects (Jan Freedman, Plymouth Museums)
- Attracting corporate sponsorship for exhibitions (Nick Marsden, Science Museum Group)
- How to use living animals in museum displays (Michelle Davis, Horniman Museum)
The June 2017 edition of Geoscientist, published by the Geological Society of London, contains an article about the Geological Society ‘Students’ Instructional Tours" (On seeing the most rocks https://www.geolsoc.org.uk/Geoscientist/Archive/June-2017/On-seeing-the-most-rocks ). Many well-known names including Eric Robinson, Trevor D Ford, Derek Flynn and Geoff Tresise (Liverpool Museum). It is worth a read just to see how important geological fieldwork was.