About the part that art plays in a globalising society

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Jennifer Tosch

Jennifer Tosch is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and currently resides in Amsterdam, Netherlands (NL), working on a dual Masters in Heritage and Memory Studies at the University of Amsterdam.

She is co-founder of Sites of Memory and Founder of Black Heritage Tours. The tours make the ‘hidden history visible’ as guests explore the city’s Black presence and colonial history in the ‘built environment’. She is a member of the Mapping Slavery Project Netherlands and co-author of 3 books: Amsterdam and The Netherlands Slavery Heritage Guides (2014, 2019) and Dutch New York Histories (2017). Jennifer was born in Brooklyn, New York to Surinamese parents whose ancestors also came from Suriname.


Symposium: Inward Outward
Symposium with lecture/conversations and workshops on the theme of Witnessing/Care & The Archive
Re-visiting Botanical Gardens
Nieuwe perspectieven op het netwerk van Nederlandse botanische tuinen
Memoria Plantae: Perspectives on the Dutch Botanical Network
A conversation with Sadiah Boonstra, Andreas Weber en Jennifer Tosch in the lead-up to our upcoming exhibition
Re(as)sisting Narratives in context
A conversation in the context of exhibition 'Re(as)sisting Narratives' with curator Chandra Frank, participating artist Judith Westerveld, and moderator Jennifer Tosch.