Join us on International Migrants Day weekend for a day of free, fun activities for all ages, including storytelling and art. Read more
Join us for the launch of We Are All Connected, an exhibition of works by six Ukrainian artists. Meet the artists, experience live performances and find out how the Russian invasion and ongoing war has impacted their lives, Ukraine and Ukrainian art today. Read more
Join author Kolapo Akinola for a reading from The Bachelor’s Ride, a novel transporting readers from western Nigeria to London exploring what we’re willing to sacrifice in the search for love.
Join us for a day-long festival commemorating the anniversary of the Ugandan Asian expulsion, programmed by Ugandan Asians – A Living History. Activities include author readings, dance performances, live storytelling, film screenings, food and art activities for all ages. Read more
Meet Kione Grandison and Bevan Agyemang, the two artists currently featured in our window displays, and learn more about their art and practice. Read more
Join Kandace Chimbiri, author of The Story of the Windrush, for a free book reading and art workshop for children of all ages. Read more
Join Angela Hui, curator of the Chinese Takeaway installation in our Taking Care of Business exhibition, for a book reading from Takeaway: Stories from a Childhood Behind the Counter – a BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week. Read more
Join us at the Migration Museum this summer holiday for a day of fun activities for the whole family. Discover stories of migrant businesspeople and explore your personal connection to migration through art, play and story telling.
Join us for a one-hour Madhubani painting workshop in our Migrant Makers Market Makerspace led by Nilanjana, founder of Kraftgurus. Read more
The Migration Museum is excited to be a part of People’s Day 2022, South London’s longest running free festival in Mountsfield Park. We’ve got a stall in Yellow Zone – come and say hi, fill in a story disc, browse and buy a selection of books and products from our Migrant Makers Market and find out more about how you can get involved in our People’s Panel and People’s Network. Read more