Part one: We travel to Australia and hear from Craig Middleton who is queering museums and sharing the Kinq manifesto
Part two: We travel to the future for a virtual museum tour
Part three: We travel to my past for a sound slice
Craig Middleton is Assistant Manager, Exhibitions at the National Museum of Australia. He is responsible for overall project management of temporary exhibitions including stakeholder management and audience engagement strategies. Prior to his current role he was a Curator in the Museum’s Defining Moments in Australian History Curatorial Centre. In that role he was responsible for research, content, and collections development. His research interests are in Australian social and political history, specifically histories of LGBTIQ+ identified communities and critical museology. His book, co-authored with Dr Nikki Sullivan, Queering the Museum was published by Routledge in November 2019.
Craig tweets at @_museumguy Link to Queering The Museum: https://www.routledge.com/Queering-the-Museum/Sullivan-Middleton/p/book/9780815359623 Link to KINQ Manifesto: https://kinqblog.wordpress.com/
Queering The Museum - co authored with Dr Nikki Sullivan and published by Routledge in 2019. https://www.routledge.com/Queering-the-Museum/Sullivan-Middleton/p/book/9780815359623
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