The National Churchill Leadership Center (NCLC) will be displaying the exhibition Churchill and the Crown this fall semester. To help open the exhibition, its Curator, Katherine Carter, will be discussing the photography exhibit in-person on Monday, October 3. Her talk is part of an Open House event at the NCLC to celebrate its fifth anniversary of opening.
Please note this event is IN-PERSON ONLY and will not be livestreamed or recorded.
Katherine Carter is a Curator and Historian specialising in early 20th century British political history, and has managed the house and collections at Chartwell for almost a decade. As Curator, she is responsible for the research, conservation, presentation and interpretation of the Churchill family’s home, which typically welcomes more than 250,000 visitors every year. Her exhibitions have included ‘Death of a Hero’, ‘Into the Trenches’, ‘Child of the Commons’ and ‘Churchill and the Crown’.
Katherine advises organisations and institutions around the world on the life and legacy of Winston Churchill and appears frequently in print and broadcast media. She is an Associate Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and speaks on the subject of Winston Churchill internationally. She is currently writing her first book, ‘Churchill, Chartwell and the Countdown to War’ (working title) which is being published by Yale University Press and is due for release in 2024.
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