Reorienting Cultural Creativity Seminar Series; May – June 2021

The Transcultural Exchanges and Network research strand of CREATURE convenes Reorienting Cultural Creativity, a research series on the tactics of resistance in institutionalised establishments and postcolonial processes of globalisation. In an attempt to add new prospects and visions to the existing set-up of art and culture, the series redresses the balance for an actor-oriented approach. 

The research series brings together art, design and cultural historians, curators, artists and researchers in the humanities whose work concerns art and culture, museology and the cultural and creative industry in asymmetric societies of postcoloniality. 

Individual events are conceived in collaboration with an external or internal body and The Centre for Creative Arts, Cultures and Engagement (CREATURE), London Metropolitan University.


Reorienting Cultural Creativity 2021

The Making of African Fashion Studies
20 May,
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CREATURE + Centre for Global Diversities and Inequalities
Economic Femininity and Gender Violence
27 May,
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Collecting and (Re)presenting Global Culture in Museum
3 June,
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Image: Design Museum Dharavi 

Display of colorful pots and rugs in a mobile museum


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