This one-day conference, part of the Museums Association’s Future of Museum’s series, explores how curation is changing and discusses what tomorrow’s museum curators might look like or do.
The past few decades have seen a huge shift in our understanding of who or what a curator can be.
Derived from Latin word curare, meaning to take care, the traditional ideal of the curator as an esteemed academic is slowly dissolving, making space for a more inclusive approach that values lived experience, different perceptions and innovative new approaches.
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25 March – Future of Museums: Curation
10.30am-5pm, Wellcome Collection, London