Matters of Care: Museum futures in times of planetary precarity (4)

29. April 2021, Online (ZOOM)

How can ethnographic and world cultures museums use their collections and galleries as spaces which create active discussion around the impact of humans on the planet, while also highlighting what long-term perspectives can tell us about sustainability for developing positive futures? The project TAKING CARE places ethnographic and world cultures museums at the centre of the search for strategies to address issues regarding the future of the planet.
All public webinars will be recorded and available on the Pitt Rivers YouTube channel and the Taking Care website after the live event.

Pitt Rivers Museum in Kooperation mit dem Weltmuseum Wien (im Rahmen des EU-Projektes TAKING CARE https://takingcareproject.eu/)


Weitere Informationen:



Thursday, 29 April 2021 10:00 – 11.15 CET
Climate Change Activism through Film


Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_qkTlYhdaRY62A6DBLOFk_Q


Itandehui Jansen, Filmmaker and Programme Director, Film & TV, School of Design, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
‘Kii Nche Ndutsa (Time and the Seashell)’
Camilla Andersen, Documentary Photographer and Filmmaker, Oslo, Norway
    ‘Eyes on and from the changing Arctic’


Discussants: Lotten Gustafsson Reinius, Professor of Ethnology, Stockholm University and Nordic Museum and Chris Morton, Pitt Rivers Museum
 Zoom Webinar
The access information will be available closer to the date on the takingcareproject.eu homepage or contact us: takingcare@weltmuseumwien.at