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Counter-flow: the movement of cultures from one place to another

21 July 2021
The spread of cultural identities is looked at in a new exhibition at People’s History Museum (PHM) by artist Eva Mileusnic. Counter-flow: the movement of cultures from one place to another will be exhibited until Sunday 10 October 2021 as part of PHM’s migration programme. Beginning with her own experiences, Eva takes visitors on a colourful and creative metaphorical journey that looks at the world and the demographic shifts that take place between cultures.

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Summer on a grand scale at People’s History Museum (updated)

1 July 2021
People’s History Museum has a series of must-see spectacles to enjoy on a grand scale and of a grand age this school summer holidays. A visually stunning art installation of 100 pairs of ceramic feet, a moving display of Charlie Mackesy’s 5ft tall thank you card to the nation and the 200th birthday of the oldest banner in its world-renowned collection are just some of the highlights awaiting discovery at the national museum of democracy.

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Summer on a grand scale at People’s History Museum

24 June 2021
People’s History Museum has a series of must-see spectacles to enjoy on a grand scale and of a grand age this school summer holidays. A visually stunning art installation of 100 pairs of ceramic feet, a moving display of Charlie Mackesy’s 5ft tall thank you card to the nation and the 200th birthday of the oldest banner in its world-renowned collection are just some of the highlights awaiting discovery at the national museum of democracy.

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People’s History Museum announces Bernard Donoghue as new Chair

23 June 2021
People’s History Museum (PHM), the national museum of democracy, has announced that Bernard Donoghue has been appointed Chair of its Board of Trustees. A leading figure in the tourism and heritage sectors, Bernard brings an incredible wealth of experience and passion to the role.

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More in Common: in memory of Jo Cox

14 May 2021
The new exhibition More in Common: in memory of Jo Cox, will open to the public at People’s History Museum on Wednesday 19 May 2021 to coincide with the reopening of the museum.

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