Sometimes our institutions and resources don’t allow for, or encourage, sweeping change, even when it is needed. But institutional collaborations and the platform of public programs can provide an avenue for colleagues to initiate a conversation, share research and concerns, and in the process make space for new voices and current issues. Practitioners from a range of international institutions discuss their small steps that have led to significant, lasting change and new directions for their institutions, redefining what radicality can look like. Yale, Skidmore, York University (CA), Pitt Rivers Museum at Oxford (UK).
Molleen Theodore, Associate Curator of Programs, Yale University Art Gallery
Anne Gunnison, Senior Associate Conservator of Objects, Yale University Art Gallery
Rebecca McNamara, Associate Curator, Tang Teaching Museum, Skidmore College
Andrew Hughes, Deputy Head of Conservation, Pitt Rivers Museum