RACHAEL MINOTT

Artist,
Researcher,
Curator, Facilitator 

Rachael is a curator of art and  anthropology. Her practice is informed by decolonial theory as such it is:
 

 

X  driven by ethical and equitable collaborations,
 

X  de-centres a western colonial lens
 

challenges established ways of working

X  is informed by and embraces criticism

X  prioritises self-care and communal care

 

X  explores absences  and silences
 

X  uses creativity to reimagine ways of working

The Windrush Generation: Memories of Family - Horniman Museum and Gardens

Within and Without: Body Image and the Self, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery - Museums Association

 

 

The Past is Now: Birmingham and the British Empire, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery - Museums Association

       

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Story Lab

Photos Copyright Birmingham Museums Trust

Rachael Minott in a sunflower print dress speaking in theHorniman Musuem and Gardens, World Gallery, Africa

Exhibitions 

The Black Cultural Archives

Re-staging: Stories of Black Leadership II: Breaking Barriers, 29 February 2020- June 2021

 

Horniman Museums and Gardens, Windrush Stories, June 2019

 

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

Within and Without: Body Image and the Self, July 2018 - May 2019

 

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery

The Past is Now: Birmingham and the British Empire, Oct 2017- June 2018

 

Robert Sainsbury Library

Daughters of the Island: Stories from the Marjorie King Collection Mar 2017 - Mar 2018

 

London Transport Museum

Open to All, A Black History Month Display, Oct 2015

 

London Transport Museum

Don't. Please. Thank You. Poster Parade Apr 2015 - July 2015

 

London Transport Museum

A Century of Creativity, Poster Parade, Jan 2015-April 2015