Rural Museums Network: Representing Gypsy, Roma and Travelling Communities in Rural Museums
A panel of experts discuss the representation of Gypsy, Roma and Travelling communities in our rural histories.
About this event
The Rural Museums Network has brought together a panel of experts who are passionate about the representation of Gypsy, Roma and Travelling communities in our rural histories. Jeremy Harte, John Henry Phillips, and Georgina Stevens will discuss how and why GRT histories have a place in our museums, as well as who we should be working with to make these stories accessible to all.
This session is hosted by Guy Baxter, Associate Director (Archive Services) at the Museum of English Rural Life.
The event is part of the Rural Museums Network’s new Seminar Series – tailoring contemporary thinking and practice to those who work with rural life collections, providing practical suggestions and support.
The event will be held online via Zoom.