Museum Anthropology Futures: Pop-Up Gallery


Thursday, May 25th – Saturday, May 27: 2:00 pm-5:00 pm

DETAILS: Museum Anthropology Futures** presents: a Pop-Up Gallery! Featuring 2 pop-up exhibits, a participatory mural with Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, and poster sessions featuring “curatorial dreams” from Concordia’s International Graduate Field School in Critical Museology.

LOCATION: Hall Building at Concordia University, 7th floor 1455 de Maisonneuve West, métro Guy-Concordia.

**This public event is part of the inaugural conference for the American Anthropological Association’s Council for Museum Anthropology. It seeks to spark critical reflection and discussion on (1) the state of museum anthropology as an academic discipline; (2) innovative methods for the use of collections; (3) exhibition experiments that engage with anthropological research; and (4) museums as significant sites for grappling with pressing social concerns such as immigration, inequality, racism, colonial legacies, heritage preservation, cultural identities, representation, and creativity as productive responses to these.

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