In an era of reconciliation, museums have struggled with how to face their colonial roots and connect with communities with whom they may not have traditionally had the best relations. The Agenda discusses how museums are addressing these questions with museum consultants and executives: Gail Lord, Silvia Forni, Gordon Shadrach and Andrew Hunter.
Episode:
A Portrait of Life on the Fringe; Revisiting the Museum
Aired:
Feb 21, 2018
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