A quick heads up about a forthcoming symposium at Loughborough University organised by the Museums, Markets and Critical Heritage Research Group. Here’s the programme: 9.00–9.30 Registration and Coffee 9.30–9.45 Introduction, Kathryn Brown (Loughborough University) 9.45–10.15 The Art Museum of the Future – A Dystopia?, Julia Voss (Leuphana University, Lüneburg) 10.15–10.45 Artistic Freedom in a Complex…
Upcoming talk: “‘Do the Chinese always smile?’ Exhibiting the Cultural Revolution in Britain”
I’m delighted to have been asked to give a talk as part of the Museums, Markets and Critical Heritage seminar series at Loughborough University. Details below:
Boundary Objects (Virtual) Symposium
Boundary Objects – the network for early career researchers working with museums and collections – is hosting its inaugural event this summer: a virtual pecha kucha-style symposium. More details are available on the Boundary Objects website.