Join us for the next network meeting to discuss Neurodiversity in Museums. About this event The next meeting of the network will bring together guest speakers in the field of neurodivergence, museums, and culture. We will discuss existing barriers, opportunities, and proactive responses to neurodivergent need across the sector. All welcome! Link to online Registration
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A discussion followed by a workshop. Participants are invited to think actively about creating solutions to accessibility issues in design. About this event Link to online Registration How are museums morally and ethically obligated to ensure their spaces are accessible to all? And are they delivering on that obligation and including disabled individuals in such… Weiterlesen »PH x College: Intro to Inclusive Design in Museums (Virtual)
OUTing the Past celebrates LGBT+ history with a day of talks. The Zoom link for this online event will be sent to attendees before the event About this event Join us for this year’s OUTing the Past event as we host the conference online to a live audience. The Zoom link for this online event… Weiterlesen »
Explore how the lives of LGBTQ+ people, and attitudes to sexual and gender diversity, are reflected in the RCP collections. About this event LGBTQ+ stories can be traced back at least 350 years in our collections and cover the experiences of LGBTQ+ people, including physicians, as well as the views of a society that medicalised… Weiterlesen »“That which never can be suppressed”: LGBTQ+ history in the Royal College Physicians‘ collections
Conference: 22-23 March 2022 The experiences and histories of disabled people, like other marginalised groups, are often absent or hidden the museum or archive. Almost twenty years ago, both Annie Delin (2002) and Catherine Kudlick (2002) separately suggested that the place of disability in our shared past has been 'buried in the footnotes' or the… Weiterlesen »Invisible & Under-Represented? Disability History, Objects & Heritage