The Australian Computer Museum Society was set up to preserve and exhibit the artifacts of computing history in Australia, and with it, documentation, software, and peripherals – back to the beginning! One of our ongoing initiatives is to record the
histories of people and organisations that pioneered, used and developed computing equipment and associated technologies.
We hope to educate Australians on the history of this technology, which today permeates every aspect of our daily lives – we will do this by means of online reference material and by producing articles and booklets for distribution, along with the public exhibition of representative artifacts. We also plan to initiate educational classes and skill-sharing societies to drive innovation and creative disruption/evolution.
Our Executive Team
Anne JonesAssistant Treasurer
John GereminChief Curator & Treasurer
Tennyson DelarosaVice President & Media Director
These individuals are assisting the ACMS to grow into a fully-fledged, publicly and privately funded museum with displays open to the public. We acknowledge them here for their gracious donation of their expertise, insight, and financial support.