CONVERSATION | 19 Nov | 17:00 - 19:00 CET | Online
This event is part of the ongoing series of conversations about race, racism and anti-racism in/and the museum, entitled A Future where Racism Has No Place. During this panel conversation we delve into the question of how to decolonize the museum and art spaces. If museums, art and heritage institutions are sites where questions of citizenship and narratives of histories, race and people are constructed and maintained, what is the role and responsibility of the curator? How can curators, educators, collection experts and other staff work towards antiracist futures? How might anti-racist collecting or curatorial work become central to the institutional practice? What do such practices look like?