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Curatorial Conversations XIV

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Read more about the discussions that go on behind the scenes when exhibiting objects and stories related to mental health.

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Curatorial Conversations XIII

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This month we continue our look at voyeurism in museums.

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Curatorial Conversations XII

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This month's curatorial conversation looks at the issue of voyeurism in museums.

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Curatorial Conversations XI

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Read the latest in our series of Curatorial Conversations.

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Curatorial Conversations X

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This month's curatorial conversation looks at the recent trend in reclamation and memorialisation of asylum cemeteries.

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Curatorial Conversations IX

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This month we look at the idea of 'Challenging history' and how museums can go about displaying objects and histories that people may not wish to see.

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Curatorial Conversations VIII

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Continuing on from last month, find out more about the thinking behind the redevelopment of our new museum.

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Curatorial Conversations VII

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We continue with our curatorial conversations as we try to decide how our new museum will look and feel.

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Curatorial Conversations VI

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This month's post is more questions than answers, but helps us to think about how visitors to the museum may be affected by the objects on display.

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Curatorial Conversations V

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Find out more about discussions held at one of our recent consultation sessions.

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Curatorial Conversations IV

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Hear more about the experiences of curators at Bethlem Museum.

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Curatorial Conversations III

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Continue finding out more about some of the issues we encounter as curators.

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