10 episodes

A new podcast series that shares some of the most innovative contemporary approaches to decolonising museums so that we are all empowered and inspired to learn and experiment.

**Support us on Patreon** https://www.patreon.com/TheWonderHouse

Presenter/Producer - Sushma Jansari, @TheWonderHouse
Producer - Nick Harris, @2ndThoughtTank
Artwork - Aleesha Nandhra, @AleeshaNandhra

www.TheWonderHouse.co.uk

The Wonder House Sushma Jansari

    • Visual Arts
    • 5.0, 3 Ratings

A new podcast series that shares some of the most innovative contemporary approaches to decolonising museums so that we are all empowered and inspired to learn and experiment.

**Support us on Patreon** https://www.patreon.com/TheWonderHouse

Presenter/Producer - Sushma Jansari, @TheWonderHouse
Producer - Nick Harris, @2ndThoughtTank
Artwork - Aleesha Nandhra, @AleeshaNandhra

www.TheWonderHouse.co.uk

    Reconnecting: Protests, Breaking Barriers & Windrush Waves with Arike Oke

    Reconnecting: Protests, Breaking Barriers & Windrush Waves with Arike Oke

    In Episode 8, I catch up with Arike Oke, Director of the Black Cultural Archives. Arike talks about the BCA’s response to the Black Lives Matter protests, including the creation of a new Black Lives Matter digital archive. We also talk about the Stories of Black Leadership II: Breaking Barriers exhibition that was on display at BCA and which has now been made available on their website. Arike tells me about the series of online events that BCA brought together in recognition of the annual Windrush Day that is on June 22.
    Support The Wonder House
    One time cup of virtual coffee Regular donation via Patreon Presented/Produced by Sushma Jansari @TheWonderHouse
    Produced by Nick Harris @2ndThoughtTank
     

    • 17 min
    Decolonising the archives with Arike Oke

    Decolonising the archives with Arike Oke

    In Episode 7, I speak to Arike Oke, Director of the Black Cultural Archives. We talk about the people-centred core values that Arike brings to her work and the resilience required to push forward a challenging agenda of change to an organisation.
    Support The Wonder House
    One time cup of virtual coffee Regular donation via Patreon Presented/Produced by Sushma Jansari @TheWonderHouse
    Produced by Nick Harris @2ndThoughtTank

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Help us with the British Podcast Awards!

    Help us with the British Podcast Awards!

    After an amazing reception for Season 1 of The Wonder House, we have decided to enter the *British Podcast Awards*!!
    To do this, let us know on Twitter: What are your favourite clips from Episodes 1-6?
    If you'd like a recap, listen to Subhadra Das, Miranda Lowe, Sara Wajid, Rachael Minott, Sadiah Qureshi and Margot Finn again here: https://thewonderhouse.co.uk/podcasts
     

    • 2 min
    Race, Ethnicity and Equality Report in UK History with Margot Finn

    Race, Ethnicity and Equality Report in UK History with Margot Finn

    In Episode 6, I speak to Margot Finn, Professor of Modern British History at UCL and President of the Royal Historical Society ('RHS') about the Race, Ethnicity & Equality Report in UK History and The East India Company at Home, 1757-1857 project.
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    Presented/Produced by Sushma Jansari @TheWonderHouse
    Produced by Nick Harris @2ndThoughtTank

    • 40 min
    Race, Display and Empire with Sadiah Qureshi

    Race, Display and Empire with Sadiah Qureshi

    In Episode 5, I speak to Dr Sadiah Qureshi, Senior Lecturer in Modern History at the University of Birmingham, about: 1) the Royal Historical Society's Race, Ethnicity & Equality Report; 2) NPG exhibition George Catlin: American Indian Portraits; 3) Sadiah's book Peoples on Parade.
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    Presented/Produced by Sushma Jansari @TheWonderHouse
    Produced by Nick Harris @2ndThoughtTank

    • 35 min
    Decolonising museum practice with Rachael Minott

    Decolonising museum practice with Rachael Minott

    In Episode 4, I speak to Rachael Minott, Inclusion and Change Manager at The National Archives, board member of the Museums Association and visual artist working on Jamaican national representation as a form of artistic exploration. We talk about how Rachael’s artistic practice informs her curatorial work, including in the recent exhibition ‘The Past Is Now’ (2017) held at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
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    Follow Rachael @RachaelMinott
    Presented/Produced by Sushma Jansari @TheWonderHouse
    Produced by Nick Harris @2ndThoughtTank

    • 45 min

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