Centering Community in Museums, Libraries, and Archives

Wednesday June 7, 2023 07:30 PM EDT
Cost: Free
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Categories: Museums, Archives, Libraries, Education, conversation
Discover how archives, libraries, and museums can prioritize communities over collections and challenge colonial practices. Join Clinton Fluker, PhD, Senior Director of Culture, Community, and Partner Engagement at the Michael C. Carlos Museum and Emory Libraries, along with Mike Murawski, consultant and author of “Museums as Agents of Change,” for an engaging discussion. They will explore the role of libraries and museums in their communities, reshaping institutional values, and the importance of a human-centered approach.

Co-sponsored by Emory Libraries and the Carlos Museum, this free and open event requires registration. Free parking is available on Emory University’s campus after 6 p.m. Guests can attend in person or virtually via Zoom.

Clinton R. Fluker, Ph.D., is a senior director and visual artist with expertise in Afrofuturism studies and community-building through Thrdspace. Mike Murawski is a consultant, educator, and author known for promoting equity and inclusion in museums.

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