This paper looks specifically at Afro-Caribbean art and culture and explores White and Afro-Caribbean experiences and the impact of Whiteness on the ways that knowledge and practice of the arts in museums have been considered, interpreted, and characterized. Written by co-authors offering an Afro-Caribbean and White perspective, this paper offers various examples from our experiences as art museum educators of the ways Whiteness impacts our work.
Keywords: Whiteness, Caribbean, museum education, colonialism, antiracism, White supremacy
How to Cite:
Fifi, D. A. & Heller, H. D., (2019) “Exploring Manifestations of White Supremacy Culture in Art Museum Education and Interpretation”, Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education 36(1), p.102-125. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/jcrae.4944