Audience Development and Engagement Specialist, Auckland Museum
Dina is the curator of LATE at Auckland Museum series in the role of Audience and Development and Engagement Specialist, with a background in medical neuroscience.
She is the creator of the curatorial creative label Ms Interpreted that engages with anti-racist, feminist art. Her work is framed by the values of intersectional thinking and ‘sovereignty’, through creating networks and spaces to articulate the inequalities of gender, race and class aspects of the world we live in.
She is currently pursuing an EdD doctorate in the area of Serving Society: Creating Equity, Diversity and Justice focusing on research within arts and culture, and is a founding member of FoAM, Feminists of Auckland Museum.
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Australian National Maritime Museum
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