Here is the video of the first session of the Symbiosis conference, on natural history museum architecture and design, hosted online by Oxford University Museum of Natural History on 9 November 2020. Further panels to be posted later this week…
Elaine Charwat, who spoke on the history of models of prehistoric life at the Symbiosis conference, has recently recorded a podcast introducing some of the fabulous objects she has been working with at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. To hear more click on the link in this post: Of parasites, dinosaurs, and other … Continue reading “Modelling animals in NHMs”
Museum für Naturkunde Berlin is co-organizing a series of free live online talks on the theme of ‘Animals as Objects?’ on Monday afternoons from November until February. For the full programme and to register, click on this link: https://www.culture.hu-berlin.de/de/termine/ringvorlesung-berliner-kulturwissenschaft
Thank you to everyone who spoke at and attended the Symbiosis conference last week. Especial thanks to Jack Matthews, whose technical mastery of Webinar Jam enabled the whole event to run so smoothly. We will be posting recordings of the sessions on the website next week, so do keep a look out for updates.
Thank you to everyone who has joined us for the Symbiosis conference so far this week. The last session, on The Anthropocene and the Arts in Natural History Museums, is tomorrow, Friday 13th November, at 2 pm UK time. Do join us if you can. To see the panel of speakers and for free registration, … Continue reading “Symbiosis conference – last day”
After yesterday’s opening panel, the second afternoon of the Symbiosis conference is tomorrow, Wednesday 11th November. Here are the links to the free registration for the three panels: Session 2: Wednesday 11th November 2-3pm – Palaeoart: Reimagining Neanderthals Session 3: Wednesday 11th November 3-4pm – Case Studies in the History of Palaeoart Session 4: Wednesday … Continue reading “Symbiosis conference day 2”