Author archive for Jessica Turtle

  • Oct062021

    Museum of Homelessness welcomes new trustees

    Museum of Homelessness is delighted to announce the appointment of four new trustees today, 6th October 2021. We welcome Aderonke Apata, Dr. Stephanie Grohmann, Rachael Minott and Martha Spurrier to the board.

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  • Sep242021

    We need you- Join our Secret Museum Crew

    We are seeking production volunteers for our Secret Museum immersive exhibition in central London. Secret Museum is opening in London…

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  • Sep102021

    Dying Homeless Coalition writes to Home Secretary, urges harm reduction policies to fight overdose crisis

    The Dying Homeless Coalition has written to the Home Secretary to urge the government to reconsider its stance on Drug…

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  • Sep102021

    Secret Museum

    The Museum of Homelessness crew bring you Secret Museum – a special hidden museum that will tell you stories of homelessness, once you find it.

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  • Sep092021

    Short guide to inquests for bereaved families launched

    Responding to increasing deaths of homeless people, Museum of Homelessness has teamed up with Garden Court North, Inquest, Greater Manchester…

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  • Jul132021

    Museum of Homelessness announces first artist commissions of new works for the collection

    As part of the museum’s National Lottery Heritage Funded work in 2021 responding to the heritage of the pandemic, we have commissioned two sets of artists, gobscure & Lindsay Nicholson and Jacob V Joyce to make new works. This is the first time that Museum of Homelessness has commissioned new works for the collection. Both sets of artists are creating participatory artworks on broad themes of reframing, community healing, renewal and survival outside statutory services and systems of oppression.

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  • Jun252021

    Three Provocations

    Three Provocations Provocation A Museums dislike the rough sleeping homeless people, alienating them from outside with architectural prevention measures and…

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  • May202021

    Our next Death Cafe event – 08 September

    Our regular Death cafe events providing a safe and confidential space for people to talk about death takes place on 8th September 2021.

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  • May042021

    Impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) on homelessness

    The pandemic has brought huge changes for people affected by homelessness. In April 2021 we created a report for the HEAR equality network sharing what we have believe to be the impact of coronavirus on homelessness, both good and bad.

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  • Apr292021

    We are recruiting for trustees!

    Museum of Homelessness is at an exciting stage in its development and we are seeking new trustees to support our transition to the next phase. This is an opportunity to shape and nurture a 21st century museum with community at its heart.

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