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Matters of Care: Museum futures in times of planetary precarity – Conference 2021

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How can ethnographic and world cultures museums use their collections and galleries as spaces which create active discussion around the impact of humans on the planet, while also highlighting what long-term perspectives can tell us about sustainability for developing positive futures? The project TAKING CARE explores the connections between ethnographic collections and questions regarding the climate crisis, the Anthropocene and issues related to the afterlives of colonialism.

what will be – Towards a Plurality of Futures

Kunsthaus Graz

The Kunsthaus Graz, with its exhibition for SHOWING STYRIA, ventures to glimpse into the future of our province. The Future starts in the Present: whether it is about fair allocation of resources, social and spatial policies, mobility, identity and gender constructions, or about digital ethics.

Taking Care: In Conversation with Naman Ahuja and Concluding Thoughts

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In the final week of the Matters of Care: Museum futures in times of planetary precarity conference series, keynote speaker Naman Ahuja will share thoughts on the decolonisation of museums, the globalisation of art history and issues around the showcasing of difference and the inability to translate one culture into the language of another. He will discuss the complexities of taking ideas of a universal museum and global art history to a non-western audience in conversation with Clare Harris.

Protest Against Shell Sponsorship of the Science Museum

Science Museum London Science Museum, South Kensington, London

We support UKSCN London in their effort to protest the Shell sponsorship of the London Science Museum. If you are in London, we encourage you to join their efforts! Please read their call o action carefully: "We wrote a letter

S’inspirer de l’économie circulaire pour monter son exposition

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Rencontres muséo Paris – « Les musées à l’heure de l’urgence environnementale » Commissaires du cycle : Diane Drubay, Laurence Perrillat et Julie Botte Face à l’interdépendance des crises que nous vivons, qu’elles soient sociales, environnementales, climatiques et de la biodiversité, il devient crucial

Nature et planète : en parler, l’exposer, s’en inspirer

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Rencontres muséo Paris – « Les musées à l’heure de l’urgence environnementale » Commissaires du cycle : Diane Drubay, Laurence Perrillat et Julie Botte Face à l’interdépendance des crises que nous vivons, qu’elles soient sociales, environnementales, climatiques et de la biodiversité, il devient crucial

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