Rachael Minott

Photo: © Outroslide Photography, 2018

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Rachael Minott is a Jamaican-born artist, curator and researcher. She is currently Inclusion and Change Manager at the National Archives. Previous curatorial work has included working as Curator of Social Practice Anthropology at the Horniman Museum and Gardens, the exhibitions The Past is Now: Birmingham and the British Empire (2017), Within and Without: Body Image and the Self (2018) with Birmingham Museums Trust. As an artist she has exhibited in the 4th Ghetto Biennale in Port au Prince, Haiti in 2015, and the Jamaica Biennial in 2017. Rachael is a Trustee of the Museums Association where she is the chair of the Decolonising Guidance Working Group.

Object Biography:
Head to Head: Masculine and Feminine Approaches to Decolonisation. Taino sculptures from the Caribbean

Blog Post:
“In Jamaica about Jamaican artefacts”: Rachael Minott’s Head to Head