The onsite event will take place in the Headley Lecture Theatre
The online event will be held via Zoom
Booking is essential
With Kyle Lewis Jordan, Curating for Change Fellow at the Ashmolean Museum & Pitt Rivers Museum
Join this engaging talk to unravel the significance of representations of disability and difference from both Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia in the Ashmolean’s collections.
Curating for Change is a groundbreaking project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England and the Arts Fund which exists to create strong career pathways for d/Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent curators within the heritage sector, where they are seriously under-represented.
This event marks the start of Disability History Month, 16 Nov–16 Dec 2023. Look out for displays and more digital content on our website.
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