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Adopting Britain at the Southbank Centre
Photograph by Howard Davies entitled "Oromo family, Brighton 2007" focusing on a mother and young child smiling and clapping on Brighton beach.
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Adopting Britain 

at the Southbank Centre


Featuring MMP's new Keepsakes
a selection of our 100 Images of Migration

 

Fri 17 April – Sun 6 September 2015⎪10am – 11pm daily
Royal Festival Hall⎪Spirit Level⎪Free admission

We are delighted to be collaborating with Southbank Centre, bringing Keepsakes and a selection of 100 Images of Migration to Adopting Britain, the latest exhibition curated by Southbank Centre in partnership with Counterpoints Arts.

Adopting Britain: 70 Years of Migration launches on 17 April as part of Southbank Centre’s Changing Britain festival and aims to highlight personal stories of migrants and refugees, celebrate the contribution of migrant groups to Britain’s artistic landscape and open up discussion around one of the most politically sensitive and pertinent topics of this year’s election.

Keepsakes is our new exhibition bringing together personal objects that keep alive memories of migration and identity.
Supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

100 Images of Migration, our flagship exhibition, launched in 2011 following an open call out in the Guardian, and continues to grow as it tours the UK.

For further information, please see visit our website.

Invite: Celebration Event
Join us at Southbank Centre on Saturday 2 May, 11am – 3pm, for an Adopting Britain celebration. MMP representatives will be based in the Clore Ballroom throughout the event - do come and say hello!
Plan Your Journey 

Address:
Spirit Level
Royal Festival Hall
Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
London SE1 8XX

Nearest Tube Stations:
Waterloo
Waterloo East
Embankment
Charing Cross

Accessibility:
Please visit Southbank Centre's Access page for information regarding accessibility.

For further travel advice, please visit Southbank Centre's Getting Here page or visit Transport for London's Journey Planner.
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