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    Sebastian Bustamante-Brauning

    Sebastian Bustamante is responsible for developing, facilitating and delivering object-based learning sessions, exhibitions, displays and further audience engagement activities based on ESCALA. In support of these activities he researches and manages ESCALA’s Documentation Centre.

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    Frontrunners’ placement

    Posted: 29 September 2017 by Sebastian Bustamante-Brauning

    It’s that time of year again. We are really excited to say that we will be offering one Frontrunner placement this year for a University of Essex student to work with the Collection.

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    Occupational Therapy and ESCALA

    Posted: 6 July 2017 by Sebastian Bustamante-Brauning

    How can artworks develop understanding of lifespan and extend conceptual thinking for those studying Occupational Therapy?

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    Object- Based Learning

    Posted: 13 December 2016 by Sebastian Bustamante-Brauning

    Since opening the ESCALA Teaching and Research Space in November 2015 we have been able to formalise our approach to using the Collection for learning. Our ambition is that artworks are a fully integrated part of teaching across the University

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    American Networks: Radicals Under the Radar (1868-1968)

    Posted: 7 July 2016 by Sebastian Bustamante-Brauning

    We’ve been collaborating with colleagues in the Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies (LiFTS) at The University of Essex on American Networks: Radicals under the Radar (1868-1968).

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    Posted: 12 May 2016 by Sebastian Bustamante-Brauning

    Our recent week of events Argentina 1976-2016: Activism, Memorialisation and Complicity (7-10 March 2016) created an opportunity for us to explore our holdings of art from Argentina. This week took the 40 year anniversary of the last military coup in Argentina as its starting point. The subsequent dictatorship (1976-1983) was an incredibly violent time in the country’s history resulting in killings, kidnapping, torture, illegal adoption of children and enforced disappearances.

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