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Nicole van Dijk

curator and head of R&D, Museum Rotterdam
Netherlands
Curator at Museum Rotterdam
EXPERTISE curator and leader of the research and development programs of Museum Rotterdam, superdiversity of museum practices, development of community led participatory practices, creating sustainable museum models, cultural anthropology, city museum practices

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