Disability History Month launches tonight on 18th November and this year the theme is access. This has led me to ponder on a number of things. Firstly looking back at History of Place where we...

Your experiences with working in Museums - have your say!

Posted by Stephanie Adamou, 19/10/2020

More Than Minutes being created at Rethinking Disability Liverpool Symposium.
Have you always wanted to work in a Museum as a Curator but never managed to get a foot in the door? Or do you currently work in a Museum but find it difficult to move roles or progress your career?...
Project Development Officer – Accentuate Curating for Change Salary £30k pro rata over a fixed period for 9 months Screen South, seeks to appoint a Project Development Officer for its...

Curating for Change - Consultant Opportunities

Posted by Stephanie Adamou, 02/06/2020

More Than Minutes created at Rethinking Disability Liverpool Symposium.
Screen South is seeking expressions of interest from Digital Consultants and an External Evaluator for the Curating for Change project. ●Digital Consultants to research and produce detailed plans...
Curating for Change, tackling the underrepresentation of D/deaf and disabled people in our Museums, secures National Lottery funding. Screen South, through its pioneering Accentuate Programme, has...
As previously announced, Screen South were the grateful recipients of 10 works generously donated by Sir Quentin Blake, made during the Covid 19 lockdown, to sell as part of the Artist Support...
Screen South is delighted to announce an exciting new opportunity to buy 10 works generously donated by Sir Quentin Blake made during the Covid 19 lockdown. Sir Quentin, perhaps best known for...
40 Years ago today was a momentous day in the human rights journey of disabled people. Up until that point it was generally expected that disabled people, who needed a level of care support, would...
It was such a fascinating place to visit. Three things struck me: 1. The similarity in the founding of the original Earlswood Asylum 2. The beauty and quality of the theatre 3. The fascinating...
Maureen Roberts, of the archive, showed Francesca Lashmar, Project Manager History of Place, the wonderful facilities there which our volunteers can use to help us uncover the stories at Chiswick...
With the kind permission of John Colyer QC, Chair of Trustees for the John Townsend Trust, Beth Astridge, our Project Archivist and Francesca Lashmar (Project Manager History of Place) were allowed...
With thanks to Curator Jo Gray, we found Skeleton 19, which gives us evidence which links the site to Deaf and disability history. With support from the Maison Dieu Museum Trust, we share these...

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