44 minutes | Nov 12, 2020

Episode 3: Talking accessibility and representation with Jeroen van Dijk

In the third episode of the Future is Heritage Podcast we are talking to Jeroen van Dijk, an art and architectural history professional from the Netherlands who lives and works in London, UK. Jeroen tells us about his vision and work on community and everyday heritage, which moves away from the authorized heritage discourses towards a more inclusive heritage practice. The Covid-19 pandemic threw up loads of challenges for someone who wants to make heritage more accessible. What experiences did Jeroen gain during this time? And are these lessons that can also be applied once the pandemic is over? Do you want to react to this episode? e-mail us at futureisheritagepodcast@gmail.com. Music: Disco Zombies - Drums over London Shownotes: Vandals Attacked 70 Artworks in Berlin Museums in Broad Daylight—and Commentators Are Linking the Incident to Far-Right Conspiracy Theorists - https://news.artnet.com/art-world/berlin-vandalism-museum-island-1916977
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