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Workshop: working outside your comfort zone

Linda Norris

Migration:Cities Workshop, Mexico 2017. Linda Norris is Global Networks Program Director at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, a global network of historic sites, museum and memory initiatives connecting the past struggles to today’s movements for human rights and social justice. Before joining the Coalition in 2017, Linda was an independent museum professional, facilitating action on how creativity can shape compelling narratives and create deep community connections. She is co-author, with Rainey Tisdale, of Creativity in Museum Practice and blogs at The Uncatalogued Museum.

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Curator at Museum Rotterdam


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