Australian National University
Dr Anna Edmundson is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Heritage and Museums at the Australian National University. She has worked as a curator and academic for over fifteen years. During this time she has curated thirty exhibitions on Aboriginal and Pacific Islander art and history. Her current work focuses on developing a universal theory of museum-making that includes Indigenous as well as Western models of museum practice.
FeatureIt seems nowadays that any aspect of collecting and displaying tangible or intangible material culture is labeled as curating: shopkeepers curate their wares; DJs curate their musical selections; magazine editors curate media stories; and hipsters curate their coffee tables. Given...Read more