65-73 Hunter Street Newcastle in 1891

Robert Watson has stitched together two Ralph Snowball glass negative images of the streetscape of 65-73 Hunter Street held at the University of Newcastle’s Cultural Collections (Archives), and promoted in the Newcastle Herald through their Archival Revival Feature on Hunter Shops on the 30 March 2017. The originals are on our flickr site here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/uon/3965304628/More 65-73 Hunter Street Newcastle in 1891

Beautiful things created out of our history

People create all sorts of wonderful things from the University of Newcastle’s freely available high resolution images on Flickr here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/uon/ Let us know how you have been using these images. If you wish to support the free access to our digitised cultural treasures, and provide paid employment for people to do it, then support … More Beautiful things created out of our history

The Novocastrian Time Machine

The Novocastrian Time Machine is an augmented reality narrative infrastructure design concept by Julie Martin for Watt Street in Newcastle (Australia). Julie Martin is Creative Director for Virtual Reality Entertainment Systems Pty Ltd who prepared the concept for City of Newcastle Council’s City Evolutions Project that aims to install art installations in Watt Street to … More The Novocastrian Time Machine

Ghosts of Victorian Newcastle Come Alive

Look out for the launch of an exciting new exhibition at the Newcastle Museum entitled Reconstructing Victorian Newcastle which will run from the 6 November 2012 – 9 December 2012. The link to the Museum’s page is here: http://www.newcastlemuseum.com.au/exhibitions/special-exhibitions/reconstructing-victorian-newcastle/reconstructing-victorian-newcastle The Exhibition features the project work of Dr Tessa Morrison, who is a senior lecturer and … More Ghosts of Victorian Newcastle Come Alive