Heritage Pathway Workshop: Curating for Change- Interpreting Disability Histories

This interactive workshop at the Ashmolean Museum will introduce participants to curating and interpreting inclusive histories of disability within established museum settings. 

This session will be led by Kyle Lewis Jordan who is the Curating for Change Fellow, working with both the Ashmolean Museum and Pitts Rivers Museum in Oxford.  
The Curating for Change programme exists to create strong career pathways for d/Deaf, disabled and neurodiverse curators, currently seriously under-represented in museums. Working with a range of museums across the UK, the Curating for Change Trainees and Fellows are producing exhibitions, events and blogs, exploring disabled people’s histories – while gaining skills for careers in the sector. 

Please book your place via Inkpath by 12 noon on 20 October.