Accentuate Curating for Change
Disabled people leading in museums
Screen South, through its pioneering Accentuate Programme, has received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £950,900.00 for an England-wide heritage project that aims to be transformational for the museum sector.
Curating for Change's 2-part Sector Forum
how can induction, mindful line management, and career development practise enable D/deaf, disabled, and neurodivergent people to thrive in their museum careers?
Building on the success of the inaugural Curating for Change Sector Forum The Equity of Recruitment and the subsequent action plan for equitable recruitment in the museums sector, this 2-part forum focuses on retaining disabled talent within the museum workforce.
wednesday 19th april 2023
11:00 - 12:30
Re-framing induction processes for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent staff
wednesday 14th june 2023
11:00 - 12:30
What does it take for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent people to thrive in their museum careers?
Curating for Change - Who is involved?
The following museums and sector organisations will be hosting placements or supporting activities and creating a nationwide network as part of Curating for Change:
• National Railway Museum (part of the Science Museum Group)
• Thackray Museum of Medicine
• Museum of Liverpool
• Black Country Living Museum
• Pitt Rivers and Ashmolean Museum (joint placement)
• North Hertfordshire Museum
• Nottinghamshire Museums (Wollaton Hall)
• Imperial War Museums
• The Horniman Museum
• Bristol Culture
• Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
• The Historic Dockyard Chatham
• Cumbria Museum Consortium
• Kettle’s Yard and Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences (joint placement)
• Colchester and Ipswich Museums
• The Museum of English Rural Life
• The British Museum
• The Museum of London
• The Museums Association
• The University of Leicester Research Centre for Museums and Galleries
• DASH Arts
• Museums DCN
• Arts & Heritage
• Culture Health and Wellbeing Alliance
Latest News from Curating for Change
emailing email@example.com or by calling the Screen South office on 01303 259 777.