For women’s history month, I want to think about some of the invisible women and hidden figures in our museums. For behind many of the…Read More about Invisible Women and Hidden Figures in Museums
If the Culture Secretary wants to put a content warning on the The Crown, go for it, but put one on the door of every…Read More about The Culture Secretary has spoken: Statues good, TV bad.
Never mind what’s not on display, what is the percentage of un(der)catalogued collections in our museumsRead More about What’s really hidden in museum stores?
Museum curators are misunderstood. People don’t know what a curator does, and they like to talk about curating in all sorts of ways that anger…Read More about Who are museum curators according to pop culture?
The most important thing museums can do is to diversify their staff and compensate people properly for their labourRead More about A Small Needful Change: How museums can show that Black lives matter in their collections
This post is the second part of a presentation I have at the Museums Association’s Empowering Collections event. Part 1 broke down some documentation myths.…Read More about Collections Documentation as a Tool for Access Part 2: The Inspirational Quotes
This post is an version of a presentation I gave at the Museums Association’s Empowering Collections event on 3rd February 2020. The second part will…Read More about Collections Documentation as a Tool for Access Part 1: The Myths
This month I am starting a year long research and development project funded by the Arts Council England’s Developing Your Creative Practice grant scheme. I…Read More about Developing Practice, Adapting Tools