Museum Winter Lecture: The ORIGINS Festival and Indigenous interventions in museums

7.30pm    09th Dec 2021    Priory Road Lecture Theatre, University of Bristol, 8 Woodland Road 

Relationships between museums and Indigenous people have become increasingly complex in recent years, with questions of ownership, appropriation, decolonisation and repatriation coming to the fore.
Border Crossings’ ORIGINS Festival, which offers a space in Britain for Indigenous people to articulate their cultures, has been working closely with Indigenous artists and major museums to move these important conversations forward.
The speaker, Michael Walling, founded Border Crossings in 1995.  He studied History at Oxford University, and subsequently trained at Trinity College, Dublin.

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The Museum Winter Lecture series is sponsored by the Friends.