Curatorial Tour: Glasgow and Slavery, People’s Palace
Thursday 4 August, 2022, 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
People’s Palace, Green, Templeton St, Glasgow G40 1AT
Come along to the People’s Palace on Thursday 4th August 2-3pm for Glasgow and Slavery, the first in a new series of curatorial tours.
Miles Greenwood and Tony Lewis invite you to share thoughts about Glasgow and its relationships with the British Empire through the People’s Palace’s displays and Glasgow Green’s monuments.
Miles Greenwood was appointed Curator of Legacies of Slavery and Empire at Glasgow Museums in September 2020. His role involves planning and coordinating Glasgow Museums’ approach to addressing the legacies of slavery and Empire.
Curator of Scottish History, Glasgow Museums.
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