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Nov05
Frequently Asked Questions by Anthony Luvera & Gerald McLaverty
Frequently Asked Questions by Anthony Luvera & Gerald McLaverty
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If you were homeless, where would you go for help? Frequently Asked Questions, a new exhibition by artist Anthony Luvera in collaboration with Gerald Mclaverty, in association with Museum of Homelessness uncovers the shocking and poignant challenge faced by those asking this one simple question. The culmination of five years research, building on our collaboration at Tate Liverpool in 2018, Frequently Asked Questions has involved Gerald

Oct01
We Need You!
We Need You!
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We are seeking Allies and Champions. Become a regular supporter of our work to help us provide more creative paid work, bursaries, mentoring and training for people affected by homelessness, continue our independent, research driven projects and grow and care for MoH’s collection and archive.

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Standing in Solidarity

Frequently Asked Questions by Anthony Luvera & Gerald McLaverty

Frequently Asked Questions by Anthony Luvera & Gerald McLaverty

Shock to the System – A special event

Shock to the System – A special event

We Need You!

We Need You!

Our response to the ONS statistics on deaths of people who are homeless in 2018

Our response to the ONS statistics on deaths of people who are homeless in 2018

Memorial for Shannon Barlow

Memorial for Shannon Barlow

About Us

Founded in 2015, Museum of Homelessness (MoH) is a community driven social justice museum, created and run by people with direct experience of homelessness.

MoH tackles homelessness and housing inequality by amplifying the voices of its community through research, events, workshops, campaigns and exhibitions. MoH also provides direct support – bursaries, mentoring, training and practical support – to its community members.

Together we collect and share the art, history and culture of homelessness & housing inequality to change society for the better. Together we find hope in deeply divided and difficult times.

Collection and Archive

The Museum of Homelessness has a small but growing collection of objects and archival records drawn from various organisations, individuals and through its projects.

This section of the site contains a monthly selection of an object or story chosen by a member of the MoH community and although not publicly accessible they can be viewed on request.

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