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The Museum Without a Home: An exhibition of hospitality

The Museum Without a Home: An exhibition of hospitality

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The Museum Without A Home is an award-winning exhibition that celebrates the small acts of kindness that people have taken to welcome refugees to their local communities.

The objects it displays are not works of art, but items that members of the public have offered to people in need of protection and support, including toy cars from Athens, a letter written by a young child in Glasgow, and a beautiful quilt made in Witney.

Originally created in Athens in 2015, the exhibition has since been displayed in New York, Belfast, Glasgow and London. It is brought to you by Oxfam, Amnesty and Student Action For Refugees as part of the #FamiliesTogether campaign.

This is a FREE event and will take place in our W Lucy Room. The exhibition will be open 2 hours before the performance start time during the two weeek period. 

 

Please note the W Lucy Room is located on the first floor and is not accessible by wheelchair. 

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This is a FREE event and will take place in our W Lucy Room

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