The New Art Studio, a London-based therapeutic art studio for asylum seekers and refugees, is taking up residence in the art studio in our Room to Breathe exhibition from 17 January until 24 February 2019. Read more
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Dima Karout is our first artist in residence for our Room to Breathe exhibition and will be curator in residence of the art studio in the exhibition, overseeing a series of residencies by migrant artists. In this blog post, Dima introduces her artistic practice and approach and explains how our artist-in-residence series will work. Read more
We are inviting refugee or migrant artists to apply for the opportunity to work in an art studio as part of our upcoming Room to Breathe exhibition for a period of three weeks to one month in spring 2019. The artist will use the space to display previous work, create new work around the theme of resilience, and then participate in a group show at the end of the main exhibition in July.
The Migration Museum highlighted the diversity of the England team in a campaign to coincide with England’s first World Cup game against Tunisia on 18 June 2018 asking what the starting XI would look like without the impact of first and second-generation immigrants. Read more