All posts tagged: Exhibition

Birds Crossing Borders exhibition launched

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On 01 September, we celebrated the opening of our Birds Crossing Borders exhibition with over 35 guests in an evening of sharing stories of migration and sharing food. We were excited to be joined by Nick Cowell and Carla Ferrari, two of six artists who created a bird design for our postcard set. We were also very pleased that some of our partners could join us because their support has been vital to the project: […]

Moving On

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If I could draw cartoons I know exactly what I’d draw right now: a tall and steep cliff that looks unsurprisingly not unlike the White Cliffs of Dover . And at its foot, almost lost in the vast shadow cast by the very cliff: I’d draw a small little building saying ‘Gallery’. Still, you’d be able to see the beauty of the gallery: a modern yet quirky design, welcoming and vibrant, colourful and bright, inviting […]


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We are very pleased that Birds Crossing Borders has been recommended in London Calling’ s review of “Call my by my name: Stories from Calais and beyond” on 08 June. Tom Faber beautifully captures the essence of our project which simply seeks “to increase sympathy and understanding… it’s not providing solutions. It encourages us to think carefully and ask questions”. Read the full review here. And if you haven’d already done so you can still visit the exhibition until […]

Call me by my name…

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  We are excited to be part of the latest exhibition of Migration Museum Project ‘Call me by my name: Stories from Calais and beyond’. From 02-22 June some of the amazing bird cards that you wrote and designed will showcase alongside other artist responses to the situation in the Jungle. If you want to contribute to the creative dialogue why not join us for our drop-in art workshop on Saturday 04 June from 2-4pm in […]

More Migrations…

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The Jungle

Back in London the birds are fully back in our parks and gardens while everything is very much up in the air for people in the Jungle in Calais especially for unaccompanied minors as a Guardian report from Monday shows. But things look to be also literally up in the air for the Good Chance Theatre: set up last year as a temporary Theatre of Hope it hosted a community of powerful arts projects (including […]