Jean -Fran├žois Manicom, Curator, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool at NMI-Country Life, Mayo (Lecture)

Posted: Monday, 08 May 2017

To celebrate International Museum Day, Thursday 18 May 2017, Jean-François Manicom, Curator, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool will be speaking on 'Developing exhibitions on challenging and emotive topics' at the National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo (2.30pm).

Jean-François Manicom is a curator at the International Slavery Museum, Liverpool - the only museum of its kind examining aspects of contemporary and historical slavery. Jean-François has curated multiple exhibitions since 1998 that focus on the visual archives of slavery and its legacies.

This free event is aimed at the museum/heritage/culture/arts sector and is an excellent opportunity to hear from a curator from the International Slavery Museum on a thought-provoking and challenging topic.

This is a free event but booking is required as numbers are limited.

Early booking is advised. Contact the Bookings Office on (094) 90 31751 or educationtph@museum.ie.