‘There is no planet B’ creative disobedience day at People’s History Museum
11 October 2019
People’s History Museum is putting environmental action at the centre of its October half term activities with ‘There is no planet B’ creative disobedience day on Sunday 27 October. This is a day for families that is designed to inspire both young children and teenagers, that has been created in partnership with organisations, campaigners and communities so that all can find out how they can make a difference.
First in the Fight launches
9 October 2019
Join the authors, illustrators and contributors for the official launch of First in the Fight on Thursday 14 November 2019 at People’s History Museum.
October half term at People’s History Museum
2 October 2019
People’s History Museum (PHM) has an array of creative activities planned for October half term that explore ideas around the past, present and future of protest for families.
Craftivism inspires Heritage Open Days at People’s History Museum @PHMMcr
11 September 2019
People’s History Museum (PHM) is marking this year’s Heritage Open Days (13 September to 22 September 2019) in the spirit of craftivism as part of its exploration of the past, present and future of protest throughout 2019. The acquisition of a rare Peterloo artefact that will go on display at the museum expresses craftivism of the past, whilst looking to the future there is the opportunity to be inspired by the work and vision of the Craftivist Collective.
The Art of Gentle Protest Craftivism at People’s History Museum
14 August 2019
A craftivism workshop on the art of gentle protest will take place at People’s History Museum for a special Heritage Open Days event on Sunday 22 September as part of a national project supported by People’s Postcode Lottery. #DaretoDream craftivism workshop will be led by award winning activist and founder of the global Craftivist Collective, Sarah Corbett, and forms a creative highlight in a year during which the museum is exploring the past, present and future of protest.