Welcome to our new producer for our next creative heritage project Reframe the Narrative

Welcome to our new producer for our next creative heritage project Reframe the Narrative
26th March 2021 Jessica Turtle

We are absolutely delighted to welcome Chloe Todd Fordham to the Museum of Homelessness team as our Producer, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Chloe will be supporting Museum of Homelessness on Reframe the Narrative, a project which will capture and document experiences of the events of 2020 from our community’s perspective. The project will also result in some amazing artistic experiences later in 2021. It is our first piece of creative work since the pandemic started and we are excited to work with Chloe on it.

Chloe is a freelance producer, theatre writer and fundraiser working across the arts. She’s drawn to working on projects and with organisations that incite systems change and call for equality, and has previously worked in new writing for Graeae and the Royal Court.
Chloe said “I’m ecstatic to be working on MoH’s Reframe the Narrative project as a Producer. MoH are devoted, ambitious, people-led, full of integrity, and mean business…! This important project will offer new and untold perspectives on homelessness and document the experience of homeless communities during the Covid-19 pandemic – a bit of recent history that urgently needs to be told. I can’t wait to get stuck in and work with all the incredible artists that make up the MoH creative community.”

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