Join Sharon Heal, Director, Museums Association, in a panel discussion with Neil Curtis, Head of Museums, University of Aberdeen, Rowan Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Museums Northumberland, Jackie Winchester, Senior Officer Participation, Bristol Culture and Tehmina Goskar, Director and Curator, Curatorial Research Centre, about some of the ethical ramifications of Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter – and what the events of 2020 might mean for the future of museum ethics.
Taking place on Zoom on Wednesday 7 October, 1500-1600, this webinar is for individual, institutional and commercial members of the Museums Association who are interested in how the sector is responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and want to learn more about how museums will have to adapt now and in the future.
Delegates will be able to ask questions and share their own reflections and experiences.
Important booking information:
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Please be aware this event is for MA members only.
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You will be emailed full details of how to join the Zoom webinar on Wednesday 7 October at approximately 1130.
This event will be recorded and made available on our website after the event.
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