The Incluseum advances new ways of being a museum through critical discourse, community building & collaborative practice related to inclusion in museums. They are a space to build community around issues of inclusion and justice in museums, a resource for current research and practice related to inclusion, a platform for critical dialogue that advances the ways in which we understand, talk about, and enact inclusion in museums, and a project that weaves digital and offline engagements to catalyse ‘next practices’.

They regularly support and develop practice-based projects that explore what it means to be an inclusive museum. They also continue to apply their expertise on inclusion and social justice efforts in museums to workshops, conference presentations, trainings, exhibits, advisory positions, and publications. Museums around the world are increasingly interested in examining their internal operations and priorities in order to become more socially just in their practices and The Incluseum views itself as a supporter partnering with museums in this essential work. 

The Incluseum is facilitated and co-directed by Dr. Porchia Moore, Aletheia Wittman and Rose Paquet.