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Talk: Power Of Diverse Community Engagement
19 April, 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Join the Museum of Cambridge for a talk by Elma Glasgow, founder of Aspire Black Suffolk, exploring the power behind diverse community engagement.
Photo credit: Megan Wilson
Engaging communities from diverse backgrounds is essential for museums to be able to tell authentic and compelling historical stories.
Increasingly, the public want to see truths which have been formerly hidden. Only by giving communities the space to contribute to collections and exhibitions, can the stories be told authentically.
Elma talks about this progressive practice and shares stories and lessons from her work with the pioneering Power of Stories exhibition.
Elma Glasgow is the founder of the award-winning community interest company, Aspire Black Suffolk, which was born out of the highly acclaimed and multi-award-winning Power of Stories exhibition by Ipswich Museums in 2021.
Also the winner of the Museums Association’s Museums Change Lives ‘Radical Changemaker’ award, Elma works on community engagement, inclusive marketing and delivers workshops and training alongside her co-directors.
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We are in the centre of Cambridge. You’ll find us at the corner of Castle Street and Northampton Street. We are right beside Kettle’s Yard and only a 15-minute walk from King’s College.
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