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MEG Projects

MEG is keen to support and be involved in the development of projects that are of benefit to our members, and which help to advance the field of Museum Ethnography.

Below are details of projects, past and present, with which MEG has had a central role. For further details about each project, click on the relevant heading in the list below.

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Latest Blog Posts

  • Rachel's desk (and coworker) while working from home.A guest blog from Rachel Heminway Hurst, Curator of World Art, Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove and MEG events officer.  Rachel tells us what she's been up to in lockdown, if you'd like to let us know about your lockdown experience then get in touch! Towards the end of March I was gearing up...

  • The recent AGM was Sue's last as Chair and while we fully expect her to remain an active member of the MEG community we thought we would take this oppurtunity to reflect on Sue's career.  We were grateful to Len Pole for giving a moving speech during the recent AGM and wanted to share it with those of you who were unable to attend....

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