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Borrowing an exhibition is free - the only cost to you is the price of posting the exhibition back to us after you have used it.
Moving Here has two exhibitions available for you to borrow. These exhibitions are ideal to enhance a public event, or to help you raise awareness about the issue of migration.
Both exhibitions are mounted on lightweight Foamex boards so they are easy to hang. They have Velcro ready attached, and they also have holes pre-drilled if you would prefer to fix them with screws or nails.
This exhibition consists of beautiful historical images relating to the four communities covered by the Moving Here catalogue - Caribbean, Irish, Jewish, and South Asian. There is a total of 17 panels, A1 sized and full colour. There are also 16 small (A4) laminated captions, which describe the images. It is possible to borrow a part of the exhibition rather than all of it - for example, the panels relating to just one of the four communities can be borrowed on their own.
Memories From The Islands
consists of 29 A3 black-and-white photos depicting daily life in the Caribbean from the 1950s onwards, accompanied by 28 smaller, A4 boards showing quotations and reminiscences by Caribbean elders from Haringey University of the Third Age. For more information about Memories From The Islands, click here.
To arrange to borrow an exhibition, email us or phone 020 8876 3444 at least 4 weeks before the date you would like the exhibition to reach you. Please tell us the name of the exhibition you're interested in, the dates, and the proposed venue.
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