A GLAMRous Agony Aunt

We asked a couple of GLAMR colleagues to peer into their crystal balls and share what they think might face the future of GLAMR. To get a bit more context, please check out our contributor’s bios, along with their social media links here. If you have more specific questions for our GLAMRous Agony Aunts, email them... Continue Reading →

Hopes

By Nathan Sentance   The following is a list of a few hopes I have for the GLAMR profession and its collections in regards to First Nations Culture   I hope for First Nations people are seen as the owners of their own culture.   Many GLAMR institutions have valuable First Nations cultural heritage within... Continue Reading →

THE kulturekid

  For this special feature, we worked with musician and producer, Andrew Brazendale of Fauzi Productions.  In response to the theme The F Word: fun and creativity, Andy created a musical piece titled, KULTURE KID. Ridiculously catchy, amazingly rich and complex, KULTURE KID is a track you’ll want to set to repeat and listen to... Continue Reading →

Issue 2 – Editor’s Welcome

First of all, thanks to all of you who got behind the first Kulture Kid Digest issue - we appreciate it and we hope you stick with us because we've got some exciting things lined up for our future issues. This month's issue is Colour & Culture, and is all about GLAM practitioners (people) of... Continue Reading →

Interview: Curator of Colour

We called out to creative practitioners, from artists to curators and producers and collection managers who identify as POC to get their personal experience of practice, what they’re hoping for and how they tackle the (sometimes) contestation of their identity and their work.   We had a chat to curator Garth O’Connell to find out more... Continue Reading →

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