Kimberly is a Museum Education and Public Programs Coordinator at Britannia Shipyards, a Liu Institute for Global Issues Scholar at The University of British Columbia and a contemporary artist.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Bigger Picture: Digital Graffiti Transnationally

Street art has reconfigured itself to the digital age. In clandestine operations artists’ project digital graffiti onto urban landscapes as a way of reclaiming public space in this international movement.

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The Olympic Dream: Reconfiguring ‘Place’ and ‘Space’ Through Growth Machine Politics

This paper explores the critical discourse of the visual representation of “place” as a “consumable commodity” through Olympic growth machine politics.

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Embracing Community Development: A Case Study of the Museums of Malawi

This paper focuses on a case study of the Museums of Malawi’s unique education programs, HIV and AIDS, malaria prevention and the expressive arts.

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Museums and the Construction of Community Identity: Case Study of the Britannia Heritage Shipyards, National Historic Site of Canada

This study considers how City of Richmond staff and volunteers collaborate to preserve and restore the Britannia Heritage Shipyards, National Historic Site of Canada, as an active wooden boat centre.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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