Antiracist and Anticolonial Approach to Equity in Art Museums

Includes a Live Event on 06/07/2023 at 7:00 PM (EDT)

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Antiracist and Anticolonial Approach to Equity in Art Museums
Wednesday, June 7, 2023 | 7–8pm ET
FREE for NAEA members; $49 for nonmembers

Join us as we explore ways of advancing and reshaping the museum space and praxis toward racial literacy and radical equity and inclusion as it relates to cultural heritage informatics. We will critically examine (art) museum space and practices to unsettle racist and colonial design, looking to how museums can take the lead on antiracism and new ways of being.

Michelle Bae-Dimitriadis

PhD, EdD, MFA, MA, Teaching Credential, BFA, BS, BA, etc; Assistant Professor, Art Education, WGSS & Asian Studies, The Pennsylvania State University

Michelle Bae-Dimitriadis is an assistant professor of art education; Asian studies; and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at the School of Visual Arts, The Pennsylvania State University. Her research addresses decolonizing, land-based art inquiry; transcultural feminist approach; and the potential value/importance of community-based art learning in the lives of immigrant/refugee youth. She established the UrbanWildcommunity educational program in Buffalo, New York, in collaboration with a local nonprofit refugee organization in 2012. Her research has been acknowledged with NAEA’s Manuel Barkan Award (2021), Eugene Grigsby Award (2020), Grace Hampton Lecture (2019), and Mary Rouse Award (2017). 

Porchia Moore

Doctorate: Library and Information Science and Museum Studies; Program Head; Museum Studies, University of Florida/Affiliate Faculty UF CAME

Porchia Moore is the program head and director of museum studies at the University of Florida. She is a Laura Bush 21st Century Cultural Heritage Informatics Leadership Library fellow with the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Porchia is the codirector of The Incluseum and cocreator of The Visitors of Color project, and she previously served as project advisor for MASS Action and Museums & Race.

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