Sarah Olivo recently completed her Masters research at the UW School of Museology and you can now read a blog post inspired by Sarah’s findings, “Rocking the Boat: Exhibition Methods of Storytelling the Experience of Gender and Sexuality in Museums” over on the wonderful Queering the Museum (QTM) blog. We recommend checking out Sarah’s piece for insight on work in the field to include the stories of individuals with historically under/unrepresented and systemically oppressed gender and sexual identities. Thank you to Sarah Olivo and Erin Bailey for working to bring this piece to QTM!
Who we are
The Incluseum is a project based in Seattle, Washington that advances new ways of being a museum through critical dialogue, community building and collaborative practice related to inclusion in museums. The Incluseum is facilitated and coordinated by Aletheia Wittman and Rose Paquet Kinsley. Contact us for consulting, collaboration or guest blogging at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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