Newcastle heritage buildings set to receive more than $100,000 in state grants

Posted by | October 22, 2017 | Community, General, Industry News, News

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Newcastle’s heritage buildings will get a hand from the state government with funding.

Nobbys Headland will receive $39,000, while the Maritime Museum will get more than $64,000 for projects that “increase community interaction and participation” with heritage.

The museum said it plans to use its funding for an animation project, which includes a 360-degree 3D virtual reality exhibit.

Income generation, activation options and flexible interpretive spaces will be explored for the headland.

Source: http://www.newcastlestar.com.au/story/4977516/heritage-buildings-get-some-love-and-funds/

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