After last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests demanding change, many arts and cultural institutions took a public stance in grappling with their colonial pasts and more proactively supporting diversity and inclusion. But how much has changed?
This free event examines how museums - and the young professionals working in them - can effectively respond to the challenges of confronting historical white-centric norms and the entrenched narratives of colonialism and racism.
Join the panel of researchers and professionals from the museum sector in the UK to explore what having a post-colonial perspective means for museums and those working with them. We’ll discuss practical examples of how this framework can be used to create more inclusive spaces, specific ways that individuals can play an active role in supporting change, and more. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A.
We are excited to welcome the following panellists:
And the event will be chaired by:
The event is free, and all you need to do is register for a ticket. The Zoom link will be sent out on the day of the event.
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