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Tuesday, November 17 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
“This Isn’t a Question but a Comment...” Unpacking Misogyny in Musetech

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This session seeks to explore and unpack misogyny in museums, and specifically within musetech and STEAM. Internalized misogyny, microaggressions, overt harassment and assault, retaliation and abuse. The reckoning started with #MuseumMeToo… except we’re still facing it today, in even more insidious ways as white cishet feminism often overrides the voices of BIPOC folks and LGBTQIA+ folks. We want to provide attendees with the tools they need to recognize the different manifestations of misogyny, with robust discussion, and some much-needed catharsis.

Speakers
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Sarah Pham

Digital Assets Specialist, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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Brittany Nazario (she/her)

Visitor Experience Manager, Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
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Arlette Hernandez

Volkswagen Fellow for Digital Learning, The Museum of Modern Art
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Meredith Steinfels

Assistant Director, Digital Platforms, Media, & Archives, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth
I am a database/digital asset/digital project manager and archivist at the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth. Within my practice I focus on equitable digital literacy and access to information.


Tuesday November 17, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm EST
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