A snapshot of my recent work in museums and galleries –>
British Library . Mona Chalabi .Β  WCMT Fellowship

Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology –> Facilitator and Sound Curator

Facilitating workshops with Black community members to rewrite museum labels and explore alternative stories of museum objects.


British Library –> Sound Curator

Working with the Library’s sound archive to create sound tours showcasing the Windrush generation’s experiences of home.

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Mona Chalabi, Who Are You Here To See –> CoCurator

Co-curated data journalist, Mona Chalabi’s, exhibition Who Are You Here To See featuring the work of people of colour, women and people with lived experiences of disabilities who are excluded from traditional gallery walls.

Who are you here to see

WCMT –> Travel Fellowship

In 2015, I was awarded a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust  travel fellowship to explore inclusion and community engagement in museums.  My report, Museums are…? looks at the the barriers keeping people away from heritage institutions through interviews with the public and museum and gallery staff in the US, The Netherlands and Germany.