Harr-Joht Kaur is passionate about the application of values-led visions across museum and heritage organisations. Working in these spaces, she facilitates research activity, drives young people’s engagement, and builds dynamic cultural programmes.At the moment, she is particularly fascinated by the post-pandemic transformation of cultural venues and experiences. She currently manages research programmes at Tate, working towards the strategic vision to create a vibrant research culture in the museum. She also serves as Committee Member, Midlands and East at the National Lottery Heritage Fund. At the Nishkam Centre, she is working to consider how arts and heritage can be used as vehicles towards community engagement and peace-building. She is driven towards a career in museums and heritage following her initial steps into the sector as a participant on gallery-based young people’s programmes. Within these intentional spaces, and alongside creative peers and collaborators, she experienced the infinite potential of art, culture and heritage to inspire wonder, reflection and joy.