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Radical Museums

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We’ve been exploring what radical practice and activism means for museums for a number of years. We know that museums can make a positive difference to people’s lives, and throughout this podcast series Sharon Heal and Simon Stephens from the Museums Association travel across the UK to talk to museum activists and those that are striving for and driving change.

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Simon Stephens, the head of publications and events at the Museums Association, meets Leonie Bell, the director of V&A Dundee. The venue, which opened in September 2018, was designed by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. more

3 months ago

Sharon Heal, the director of the Museums Association, meets Jane Henderson, a professor of conservation at Cardiff University, for our Radical Museums podcast. more

3 months ago

Sharon Heal, the director of the Museums Association, travels to Belfast to meet Agrippa Njanina, a community engagement officer at National Museums Northern Ireland. more

3 months ago

Simon Stephens, the head of publications and events at the Museums Association, meets Ken Paranada, the curator of art and climate change at the Sainsbury Centre. more

3 months ago

Sharon Heal, the director of the Museums Association and Simon Stephens, the head of publications and events at the MA, introduce the second season of the Radical Museums Podcast. more

3 months ago


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