Curator @ Barbados Museum & Historical Society
Natalie’s curatorial work engages community-driven discourse through research in Caribbean museology. Having completed a BA in History of Art at the University of Leicester (2010) and an MA in Museums and Cultural Heritage at the University of Auckland (2013), she is currently a PhD candidate in Cultural Studies at the University of the West Indies Cave Hill (2016-) with a research focus on Caribbean Museology. She is presently the Curator - Social History and Engagement at the Barbados Museum & Historical Society (BMHS) and is the current Public Relations Officer on the Board of ICOM Barbados, as well as a member of the Board of ICOFOM LAC.
Panel 3 : The Windrush Generation: From Experience to Representation