EVENT: Live Roundtable: Museum Exhibition Design: Histories and Futures. Brighton (online), 11 September 2020

Event: Live Roundtable: Museum Exhibition Design: Histories and Futures. Brighton (online), 11 September 2020

You can join to celebrate the Museum Exhibition Design: Histories and Futures conference in a free live closing plenary on Friday 11 September, 4-5pm (BST), hosted by the Centre for Design History at the University of Brighton, UK.
Ashoke Chatterjee (Ahmedabad University, India), Dinah Casson CBE (UK), Ian Elsner (Museum Archipelago/RLMG, US) and Tehmina Goskar (Curatorial Research Centre, UK) will share their perspectives on the relationship between histories and futures of museum exhibition design, drawing on their wide-ranging perspectives as educators, designers, makers, commentators, curators and academics.
In addition to showcasing a range of professional and critical positions, the discussions will address the themes of the conference, ranging from decolonial, immersive and collaborative exhibition design, to the display of particular types of objects and themes including race, conflict, empire, archives, art, design and fashion.
This plenary will take place on Teams Live, and will include a live Q&A with the audience. Attendance to the plenary and conference is free and you can book a place here.
Visit the conference website here to read more on the conference and the speakers.

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