Kim Tao is the curator of post-Federation immigration at the Australian National Maritime Museum. Her research interests include migration, memory and material culture in museums, textile histories, and histories of child migration. Kim has curated a range of award-winning exhibitions and digital projections. She was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to study partnerships between museums and culturally diverse communities in the UK, Canada and USA.

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  • Australian National Maritime Museum

    Governmental Organisation, Sydney, Australia
    Curator

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