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Paul Taylor

Head of Museum and Curatorial Services

Paul has overall responsibility for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust’s internationally significant museum, library and archive collections and their interpretation. He is keen to explore new ways of engaging museum audiences with collections by delivering projects that translate collections knowledge and expertise into experiences created with our diverse audiences.

Paul has been with the Trust since 2012 having previously worked at the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum in Coventry, on a range of collections information and digital access projects. During his time in Coventry, he also served for three years as an Employee Trustee on the governing board of the organisation. Before that he worked for the Boat Museum (now National Waterways Museum) in Ellesmere Port on various collections management projects. He is also a Trustee of Escape Arts and the Dugdale Society.

Paul studied History at the University of York before completing a MA in Museum Studies at the University of Leicester.

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