Dr. Susannah Eckersley "Museums and Migration"
Migration:Cities Workshop, Athens 2017
Migration:Cities Athens Workshop 2017 – presentation by Dr Susannah Eckersley, Newcastle University
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Gegê Leme Joseph
I am a partner at Much | Media and Culture, a media and culture company working across different countries, based in São Paulo, Brazil. I am trained in architecture/urban planning through the University of São Paulo, production design in South Africa and have a masters degree in Museum Studies from the University of Leicester. I am specialised in strategic and interpretive planning, as well as in experience development for the museum, heritage and culture sectors, marrying complex content and interpretative environments which are engaging and well planned. I have developed museum concepts, exhibitions, interpretative plans, as well as products across a range of media and themes, in South Africa, Brazil and other countries since 2000.
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