Wednesday 9 June, 17.00 - 18.30
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Join freelance curator, Jon Sleigh, and a panel of engagement specialists to consider what happens to the space left behind at the Pitt Rivers Museum now that the tsantsas (shrunken heads) have been removed from public view. This will be an open conversation on space, access and opportunities when racist narratives are removed and what could take their place.
Supported by TORCH Oxford.
This webinar is part of the Pitt RIvers Museum Radical Hope series. All talks will be recorded and are available to view after the event on the Radical Hope page.