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Katy Deepwell: Gender and Diversity in the Art Museum
24 Nov, Bergen University

Katy Deepwell: Gender and Diversity in the Art Museum

Prof Katy Deepwell is speaking at is speaking at Gender and Diversity in the Art Museum, a seminar arranged by Nettverk for arbeid med likestilling og mangfold i kunstmuseene, sponsered by Kulturrådet (the Norwegian Arts Council).

24 November 2016,  9.00-16.30

Place: Seminarrom E, Studentsenteret, Parkveien 1, Bergen

Organisers: Sigrun Åsebø and Ulla Angkjær Jørgensen

Papers are: Katy Deepwell, Women Artists, Feminism and Media: a case study of the new Tate Modern; Mirjam Westen, Modernism: from gendered and postcolonial perspectives; Tone Hellesund, Looking for sexual difference in the archives and museums leading to the creation of a specifically queer archive; Hans Dam Christensen, Gendered art museums and gendered discourses on art. Some examples from Denmark; and Jessica Sjöholm Skrubbe, Disturbing Affects: a Swedish perspective on feminism, curating and museum practices 2006-2016.