Last night marked the end of 2018, and all through December the GLAM community shared their thoughts on ‘End’ for GLAM Blog Club.
Memory institutions have power they need to share with grassroots organisations working towards repairing the damage done by and preventing future harm caused by white supremacy, colonialism, patriarchy, heteronormativity, ableism, and capitalism.
Romany decided to end her (blogging) silence rather than her blog, and shared some thoughts about Ending the “either/or”.
Glenn was happy to see the end of 2018, whilst Clare wrote about the important of defining where the ‘end’ is, as did Ros, from a different perspective. Meanwhile Nik was comfortable pointing out that there is no end, but maybe you can leave a legacy.
Alissa ended the year with a roundup of everything she achieved in 2018, including seeing the Museum of the Riverina’s gold-plated Chiko Roll.
So now it’s January again, and you know what that means: it’s time to write about What I learned last year and/or what I want to learn this year. Quite a few of you have already written about your achievements in 2018, but we really want you to share what you learned as well. We’re looking forward to reading all of your posts this month – and every month this year! Now there’s a resolution worth making.