7 November 2012, 11am – 4.30pm
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford
An opportunity to critically interrogate the process of curating a temporary exhibition with curators, designers and conservators. Learn how a particular display of ethnographic objects was conceived and evolved, and participate in a critical evaluation of the end result.
This event marks the first of a new series of events offering professional development opportunities for MEG members and non-members.
Further details, including booking information, here
BOOKING CLOSES FRIDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2012
IMAGE CAPTION: Calling card case, Lorette, Quebec , Canada. Woollen ‘Stroud’ cloth was a popular trade item among First Nations peoples in Canada. Local materials have been incorporated with moosehair embroidery used in a European design demonstrating trade and intellectual exchange across cultures. © Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford