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Open Letter to Museums and Galleries in support of education and other essential workers

April 16, 2020

We the undersigned write with grave concern about a growing trend of layoffs targeting education staff at major global museums in the name of COVID-19. Museums including MoMA, LA MOCA, Mass MoCA, Serralves Foundation and others, have recently reported redundancies, many of them affecting freelance and part-time educators and, in the case of the MoMA, offering no horizon of re-employment. Far from redundant, such workers—employed to give tours, design and develop programmes for schools and communities of all ages—are at the heart of museum and gallery work.

As those most in touch with communities outside of the museum, educators push criticality and innovation. Their work is regularly used to attract donors and supporters to many institutions. That they are first in the line of fire for layoffs, is disconcerting, to say the least.

This is especially true as gallery education posts are more often to be those in which racialised, working-class people and women are employed to work with communities who are not members of the cultural elite. At a moment when museums and galleries claim an interest in their diversification, why do they de-fund the very people and communities made most vulnerable by the current crisis?

We find this treatment of educators to be a great tragedy in a moment when their skill-sets — meaning-making, public engagement, community care and support — are more essential than ever. This could be a moment in which to utilise these skills to offer more to communities than virtual museum tours. Instead of retrenching museums into conservative modes of exclusionary content dissemination, a more forward-thinking stance would be to intensify the educational dimension of their offer in this moment of fear, loss and community re-organisation, and to prioritise relationships with their most excluded groups.

Sadly, the reported layoffs follow years of precarity for museum and gallery educators and other cultural workers, who are rendered dispensable in times of economic or social uncertainty. While our letter is focused on the situation of educators, we stand with cleaners, porters, visitor service staff and other low paid and precarious workers in museums and galleries and call on their employers to reverse these layoffs and to offer fairly paid, secure and protected contracts for all cultural workers.

We implore museums and galleries to take this opportunity to re-imagine—with their workers and their communities – the role of culture in the time of COVID-19 and its aftermath. And we ask those museums who are already doing so to step forward and speak out on behalf of education and other essential workers targeted by these cuts.

Signed by:

1. Dr Janna Graham, BA Curating, University of London, Goldsmiths, UK
2. Dr Carmen Moersch, Mainz Academy of Arts, Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany
3. Dr Cayo Honorato, Department of Visual Arts, University of Brasilia, Brazil
4. Professor Irit Rogoff, Curatorial/Knowledge, Goldsmiths, London University, UK
5.. Prof Doreen Mende, HEAD Genève and Harun Farocki Institut Berlin, Germany
6. Dr Ines Moreira, NOVA Lisbon and U.Porto, Portugal
7. Ainslie Roddick, ATLAS Arts, Skye, Scotland
8. Mahan Moalemi, writer and researcher
9. Dr Vipash Purichanont, Department of Art History, Silpakorn University, Thailand
10. Dr Sophie Hope, MA Arts Policy and Management, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
11. Ashley Whitfield, Founder, Johannesburg Family Gathering, Johannesburg, South Africa
12. Dr Raimi Gbadamosi, Artist, Academic. DeMontfort University, Leicester, UK.
13. Anne Julie Arnfred, Curator and PhD fellow, Roskilde University, Roskilde, Denmark
14. Eloy V. Palazón, PhD Candidate, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
15. Andrea Francke, artist and associate lecturer, University of the Arts London, UK
16. Dr Carolina Rito, Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities, Coventry University, UK
17. Dr Bridget Crone, Senior Lecturer in Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London
18. Sara Greavu, curator and Queer Arts Development Leader, Outburst Arts, Belfast
19. Dr Sarah Pierce, artist and Lecturer in Visual Cultures, National College of Art and Design Dublin
20. Leire Vergara, Dutch Art Institute, Artez University of the Arts, Arnhem/ Bulegoa z/b, Bilbao
21. Astrid Korporaal, Research Curator, Frames of Representation festival at the Institute of
Contemporary Arts, London, UK
22.Dr María Bella, independent researcher and curator, Corcubión, Spain
23. Jenny Richards, PhD candidate, Konstfack, University of the Arts, Stockholm, Sweden
24. Miguel Amado, Director, Sirius Arts Centre, Cobh, County Cork, Ireland
25. Huiying Chen, Curator, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan
26. Ariadna Serrahima, Publisher and PhD candidate, Goldsmiths University, London, UK
27. Ben Messih, Education Curator at the South London Gallery, UK
28. Grant Watson, Tutor, Royal College of Art, London, UK
29. Mariam Atieh, Associate Lecturer, University of Arts London, London College of Fashion, UK
30. Fereshte Moosavi, Independent Curator, PhD Curatorial/Knowledge Goldsmiths University of
London, UK
31. Vaida Stepanovaite, Independent curator, MRes Curatorial/Knowledge, Goldsmiths, University of
London, UK
32.Ane Rodríguez Armendariz, Cultural Manager, MA Contempemporary Art Theory, Goldsmiths
University, London, UK
33. Gema Darbo, Curator, MRes Advanced Practices, Goldsmiths University, London, UK
34. Alex Thorp, Education Curator, Serpentine Galleries, London, UK
35. Dr Felicity Allen, artist, former Head of Interpretation & Education, Tate Britain; founding director,
Engage, UK
36.. Zoë Marden, artist & assistant researcher, Advanced Practices, Goldsmiths University, London,
UK
37.. Patricia Roig, MRes Curatorial/Knowledge, Goldsmiths University, London, UK
38. Theodor Ringborg, Artistic Director, Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
39.. Ayesha Keshani, museum worker and PhD candidate Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths University,
London, UK
40. Eva Rowson, Managing Director, Bergen Kjøtt, Bergen, Norway .
41. Jemma Egan, Assistant Education Curator, Serpentine Galleries, London, UK
42. Deniz Kirkali, Independent Curator, PhD Curatorial/Knowledge, Goldsmiths University, London, UK
43. Olivia Plender, Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Sweden
44. Eduarda Neves, Curator and Director ESAP, Portugal
45. Srajana Kaikini, PhD, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Krea University, independent curator.
India.
46. Clara Rocha, Independent Curator and PhD Candidate Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths University,
London, UK
47.. Lawrence Lek, Artist and PhD Candidate, Royal College of Art, London, UK
48.. Dennis Dizon, Independent Digital Curator, MRes Curatorial / Knowledge, Goldsmiths, London, UK
49.. Alex Sainsbury, Director, Raven Row, London, UK
50. Samia Henni, Cornell University, USA
51.. Vasiliki Antonopoulou, Artist, Royal College of Art, London, UK
52. Maria Morata, Independent Curator and Researcher, Berlin, Germany
53. Laura Hensser, Managing Director, Gasworks, London, UK
54. Michael Maranda, assistant curator, Art Gallery of York University
55. Pascal Schwaighofer, Artist and PhD student Comparative Literature Cornell University, USA
56.Ofri Cnaani, Artist, Associate lecturer, BA Curating, University of London, Goldsmiths, UK
57.Pablo Martínez, Head of Programming, MACBA Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Spain
58.Francesca Maria Lazzarini, Curator and PhD Candidate Curatorial/Knowledge, Goldsmiths
University, London, UK
59.Joni Zhu, Research Assistant, Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, London, UK
60. Joselyne Contreras, PhD candidate in Curatorial Knowledge, Goldsmiths, London, UK
61.Sophie Jung, artist and freelance educator, external tutor at Institut Kunst, Basel, Switzerland
62. Dr Joshua Simon, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia and Maayan Magazine, Tel
Aviv-Jaffa
63. Lucia Pietroiusti, Curator, Serpentine Galleries, London UK
64. Murat Adash, Artist and PhD Candidate in Art at Goldsmiths, University of London
65. Dr Ronny Hardliz, artist and researcher, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts,
Switzerland
66. Avi Varma, PhD candidate at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths, University of
London, UK
67. Dr. Anshuman Dasgupta, Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, India
68. Emily Pethick, Director, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, Netherlands
69. Maya Watanabe, artist and PhD Candidate in Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths University, London, UK
70. Alasdair Milne, MRes student, Visual Cultures, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
71. Sara Martín Terceño, freelance educator, Madrid, Spain
72. Silvia Zayas Serra, artist, freelance educator, Spain
73. Ainhoa Hernandez Escudero, artist, cultural worker, Madrid, Spain
74. Patricia Raijenstein, free freelance educator, Spain
75. Dr. Theo Reeves-Evison. Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, Birmingham School of Art, UK
76. Cibelle Cavalli Bastos, MA, Royal College of Art, London, UK
77. Prof. Dr. Anja Kraus, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences Education, Stockholm University, Sweden
78. Ana Mae Barbosa, Full Professor (retired) from Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil 79. Léontine Meijer-van Mensch Director Ethnological Collections, State of Saxony, Germany
80. Thomas Locher, Dean Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig, Germany
81. Catarina Martins, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto, Portugal 82. Prof. Ulf Aminde weissensee academy of art Berlin
83. Danja Erni, KontextSchule, UdK Berlin, Germany 84. Prof. Dr. Andrea Sabisch, University of Hamburg, Germany
85. Friederike Schönhuth, director RED PONY – agency for art and art education, Frankfurt, Germany 86.Silke Ballath, sideviews. e.V. and German Children and Youth Foundation, Germany
87. Elke aus dem Moore, Director, Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany 88. Dr. Lüder Tietz, MA Program Museum and Exhibition, University of Oldenburg, Germany
89. Dr. Nanna Lüth, University of the Arts Berlin, Germany
90. Prof.Dr. Silke Wenk, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany
91.Natalie Bayer, director, FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum, Berlin, Germany 92.Tom Holert, Harun Farocki Institute, Berlin, Germany 93.. Christine Gerbich, Centre for Anthropological Research on Museums and Heritage, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany
94.. Samuel Guimarães, Art Educator and Professor at School of Music and Performing Arts, Portugal 95.. Helene Illeris, Professor of Art Education, University of Agder, Norway
96. Marta Coelho Valente, PhD student in Arts Education, Research Institute of Art, Design and Society, University of Porto, Portugal
97.Raquel Ribeiro dos Santos, Head of Participation, Families and Schools, Culturgest – Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Portugal
98.Lara Soares, Art educator at Burilar – Creative Processes in Public’s Mediation, Portugal 99. Madalena Wallenstein, Cultural Programmer and Coordinator at CCB/ Fábrica das Artes – Childhoods, Portugal
100. Prof. Dr. Karen Ellwanger, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, MA Museum and Exhibition 101. Claudia Hummel, Institute Art in Context, Berlin University of the Arts, Germany
102. Tiina Huber, executive director, Cultural Mediation Switzerland, Zürich, Switzerland 103. Barbara Meyer, S27 Art and Education, Berlin, Germany 104. Filipa Oliveira, Visual Arts Programmer and Curator for the city of Almada, Portugal 105. Liliana Coutinho, Talks and Debates Curator, Culturgest, Portugal 106. Elisabete Paiva, Artistic Director Festival Materiais Diversos, Portugal 107. Susana Gomes da Silva, Head of Education, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Fundação Gulbenkian, Portugal 108. Bruno Marchand, Visual Arts Curator, Culturgest, Portugal 109. Dr. Susanne Bosch, artist, artistic researcher, educator, Berlin, Germany 110. Denise Ryner, Director/Curator, Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
111. Mariano Gaich, Kulturagent Schweiz, Switzerland 112. Luis Camnitzer, artist, and Professor Emeritus, State University of New York, College at Old Westbury, USA 113. Zoya Kocur, Art and Museum Consultant, USA 114. Constanze Eckert, art worker and curator of art education, Berlin, Germany
115. Rowitha Muttenthaler, museologist, Vienna, Austria 116. Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Sabeth Buchmann, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria 117. Peter Radelfinger, artist and art educator, Zürich, Switzerland
118. Dennis Atkinson, Professor (Emeritus), Department of Educational Studies, Goldsmiths University of London, UK 111. Marisa 119. Adegas, Head of Education (in vacancy) at Museu do Douro, Portugal 120. Amanda Midori, art educator, researcher, PhD student, Faculty of Fine Arts/i2ADS, University of Porto, Portugal
121. Ludgero Almeida, artist, art teacher, PhD student, Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto, Portugal 122. Catarina Almeida, i2ADS/ Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto, Portugal 123 Tiago Assis, i2ADS/Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto, Portugal 124. José Carlos de Paiva, i2ADS/ Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Porto, Portugal 125. Andreia Coutinho, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 126. Constança Araújo Amador, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 127. Cristina Camargo, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 128. Helena Gonçalves, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 129. Inês Afonso Lopes, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 130. Inês Soares, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 131. Ivone Almeida, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 132. Joana Oliveira, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 133. Joana Patrão, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 134. João Tiago Azevedo, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 135. José Costa, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 136. José Maia, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 137. Justa Mendes, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 138. Melissa Rodrigues, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 139. Miguel Teodoro, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 140. Nelson Duarte, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 141. Patrícia do Vale, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 142. Paulo Jesus, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal
143.Raquel Sambade, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 144. Rita Martins, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 145. Rui Mota, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 146. Sofia Santos, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 147. Sónia Borges, Art Educator, Serralves Foundation, Portugal 148. Renata Cervetto, Curator 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany 149..María Berríos Curator 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany . 150. Lisette Lagnado,Curator 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany 151. Duygu Örs, Mediation and Outreach, 11th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art; Berlin, Germany 152. Katja Zeidler, Head of Education and Mediation, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany 153. Dr Aida Sánchez de Serdio Martín, Arts and Humanities, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain 154. Johanna Schaffer, Theorie & Praxis der Visuellen Kommunikation, Kunsthochschule Kassel, Germany
155. Dr. Gürsoy Doğtaş, Author, Critic and Curator, Germany 156. Sascha Willenbacher, FHNW School of Education, Switzerland 157. Rita Luciana Berti Bredariolli, Instituto de Artes da Universidade Estadual Paulista ”
158. Julio de Mesquita Filho”, IA-UNESP, Brasil 159. Sara Barriga Brighenti, Sub-Commissioner Plano Nacional das Artes, Portugal 160. Karen Winzer, artist and art educator – K.I. Office for Art Education Berlin e.V., Germany 161. Prof. Nana Eger, University of Applied Science, Merseburg, Germany 162.Henrike Eis, Cologne, Germany
163.Nora Sternfeld, Kunsthochschule Kassel, Germany
164. 164.Katrina Blach, head of projects art education HALLE 14, Leipzig, Germany 165. Dr. Marc Siegel, Film Studies, Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany 166. Henrike Plegge, Mainz Academy of Arts, Johannes Gutenberg Universitiy, Germany 167. Prof. Barbara Putz-Plecko, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria 168. Patric Schatzmann, Project Manager art education, Mercator Foundation Switzerland 169. Catrin Seefranz, oca: migrations, minorities, arts, Vienna, Austria 170. Sabine Wohlfarth, Head of Education, Grassi Museum, Leipzig, Germany 171. Prof. Thomas Sieber, BA Art Education und MA Curatorial Studies, Zürich University of the Arts, Switzerland 172. Prof.Dr. Linda Hentschel, Mainz Academy of Arts, Germany 173. Stefan Bast, Mainz Academy of Arts, Germany 174. Prof. Angeli Sachs, head of MA Art Education Curatorial Studies, Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland 175. Nora Landkammer, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria 176. Saskia Köbschall, RTG Minor Cosmopolitanisms, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany 177. Wanja van Suntumm, RUHRORTER, Mühlheim an der Ruhr, Germany
178. Schnittpunkt (Martina Griesser, Renate Höllwart, Beatrice Jaschke, Monika Sommer, Nora Sternfeld und Luisa Ziaja), Vienna, Austria
179. Poppy Bowers, Curator, the Whitworth, University of Manchester
180. Hansel Sato, Co-Director Soho in Ottakring, Senior Lecturer Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria 181. Franziska Mühlbacher, head of education, Technical Museum, Vienna, Austria 182. Dr Irene Schütze, Art Academy Mainz, Germany 183. Prof. Dr. Maureen Maisha Auma, Childhood and Diversity Studies, Magdeburg-Stendal University of Applied Sciences, Germany
184. Parastou Forouhar, artist, Germany
185. David Muñoz Alcantara, NÆS—Nomad Agency/Archive of Emergent Studies, Finland 186. Andrea Thal, Artistic Director, Contemporary Image Collective – CIC, Cairo, Egypt 187. David Andrew PhD, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Fine Arts, Wits School of Arts, University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg, South Africa
188. Sally J Morgan PhD, Distinguished Professor of Fine Arts, Massey University, New Zealand
189. Maja Renn Assistant Director, Schauspielhaus Zürich, Switzerland 190. Javier Rodrigo Montero, Transductores/ mediation programs for art Institution in Barcelona, Spain
191. Peggy Piesche, scholar of literature and cultural studies, Berlin, Germany 192.Leire San Martin, art educator and programmer, Tabakalera International Centre for Contemporary Culture, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
193. Jone Alaitz Uriarte – Exhibition and projects coordinator. Tabakalera, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain Mag.
194. Laurence Rassel, Director of erg (école de recherche graphique école supérieure des arts), Brussels
195. Katharina Walter, Tyrolean State Museums, Innsbruck, Austria
196. Rahel Puffert, Werkhaus Münzviertel Hamburg, Germany 197. Dr Judith Dehail, Department of Art (Cultural Mediation of the Arts), Aix-Marseille University, France
198. Joëlle Le Marec, directrice du GRIPIC, Sorbonne Université CELSA, Paris France
199. Heike Vogel M. A., head of education, vorarlberg museum, Bregenz, Austria 200. Zoe López, Head of content, Intermediae – Matadero Madrid, Spain 201. Prof. Dr. Marc Fritzsche, University of Koblenz-Landau / BDK Board Member (German Art Education Association), Germany
202. Sara Torres Vega, Fine Arts Faculty, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain 203. Dr Susan Kamel, HTW Berlin University of Applied Sciences, D 204. Lineo Segoete, Ba re e ne re Literary arts, Maseru, Lesotho 205. Prof. Ruth Sonderegger, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna 206. Patrick Mudekereza, Centre d’art Waza, Lubumbashi, D.R.Congo 207. Gila Kolb, Dozentin, lecturer Berne University of the Arts, Switzerland 208. Prof. Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez, University of the Philippines 209. Jordi Ferreiro, LA CAPELLA, Barcelona, Spain 210. Belén Sola, DEAC MUSAC, León, Spain 211. Víctor Lobo Sastre, Experimentem amb l’ART, Barcelona, Spain
212. Antònia del Río, Experimentem amb l’ART, Barcelona,Spain 213.Dolors Juarez Vives, Experimentem amb l’ART, Barcelona,Spain 214. Sylvia del Amo Alcàcer, Experimentem amb l’ART, Barcelona,Spain 215. Joan Ivern Magaña, Experimentem amb l’ART, Barcelona, Spain 216. AMECUM (Asociación de Mediadoras Culturales de Madrid), Spain 217. Mariola Campelo, AMECUM (Asociación de Medidoras Culturales de Madrid), Spain 218. Mertxe Pecharromán Bombín, art educator, Spain 219. Simon Harder, artist and art educator, Bremen, Germany 220. Prof. Dr. Maren Polte, Head of BA VKD & MA Art Education 221. Evan Ifekoya, Artist and Lecturer Fine Art & History of Art Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
222. Collectif microsillons, HEAD Geneva, Switzerland
223. Clara Boj, Fine Arts Faculty, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain and PERMEA, Experimental Program on Mediation and Education through Art. Consorci de Museus de la Comunitat Valenciana-Universitat de València-Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània, Valencia, Spain
224. José Campos, Consorci de Museus de la Comunitat Valenciana-Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània, Valencia, Spain
225. Rudy Loewe, visual artist and arts educator, UK
226. Asamblea de Mediadoras educativas y comunitarias de Quito, Ecuador:
227. Natalia Pineda, mediadora educativa independiente
228. Marcia Ushiña, mediadora educativa independiente
229. Carolina Ganchala, mediadora educativa independiente 230.Sebastián Sanchez, mediadora educativa independiente. 231. Juan Francisco Segovia, mediador educativo independiente. 232. María Dolores Parreño, mediadora educativa independiente 233. Valeria Galarza, acompañante pedagogica 234. Karen Solórzano, mediadora educativa en el Museo Universitario UCE
235. Alejandro Cevallos N, mediador educativo investigador en Escuela Otra Hoja de Ruta, grupo Quito
236. María Acaso, head of education, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain
237. Virginia de Diego, Artist, Curator, Art Teacher, Porto, Portugal
238 Isabella Lenzi, Curator, Exhibitions coordinator, Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid, Spain
239. Pili Álvarez, Art Educator, CA2M. Móstoles Spain
240. Stu Hansom, independent arts researcher, research initiative, UK
241.Rubén Gaztambide-Fernández, Professor, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
242. Amal Khalaf, Director of Programmes, Cubitt, London + Curator, Civic Projects, Serpentine Galleries, London
243. Olga Fernández López, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain
244. Alexander Henschel, Institute of Art and Visual Culture, University of Oldenburg (Germany)
245. Prof. Dr. Jörg Heiser, Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts; Director, Institute for Art in Context, University of the Arts, Berlin
246.Dr. Nicole Suzuki, Zaglossus publishing house, AT
247. Nerea Hernández Serna, Educator, Tabakalera International Centre for Contemporary Culture, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
248. Prof. Fiona McGovern, University of Hildesheim, Germany
249. Adela Železnik, curator / mediator, Ljubljana, Slovenia
250. Bojana Piškur, curator, Ljubljana, Slovenia
251. Dr Frances Williams, Visiting Researcher, Glyndwr University
252. Giovanna Esposito Yussif – Curator, Nomad Agency/Archive of Emergent Studies
253. Prof. Dr. Christine Heil, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
254. Prof. Diedrich Diederichsen, Theory of Contemporary Art, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna
255. Dr. Yuklin Cheng, art educator, art education historian, Hong Kong
256. Danja Erni, art educator and artist, Berlin
257. Drs Edward van Voolen, independent curator and scholar, Berlin
258. Prof. Dr. Christine Heil, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

 

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