Joyoti Roy of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalay Museum in Mumbai speaking at Museum Ideas 2018
Joyoti Roy is Head of Marketing at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalay (CSMVS) Museum in Mumbai, India. Until August 2017, she was Head of Outreach of the National Museum, New Delhi. Between 2011 and 2013 she worked for the National Culture Fund where she coordinated the Ministry of Culture’s Museum Reform Programmes including the Leadership Training Programme in collaboration with the British Museum. Joyoti trained as an art conservator at the National Museum Institute and has been a Charles Wallace India Trust Awardee for the fellowship programme in conservation at the Tate. She is the International Clore Fellow from India for 2017-18 and is currently investigating and searching for the real role of museums in India. Joyoti is an active theatre person and in 1999 joined the well-known Delhi based Street Theatre group, Jana Natya Manch.
Museum Ideas 2018 takes place in London on 2 – 4 October with 3 days of workshops, special events, an exclusive study day at the National Maritime Museum and the essential Museum Ideas international conference at the Museum of London. Delivering an international programme of change, key themes include social justice, activism, digital strategy, participatory practice, representation, collaborative working and co-curation.
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