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Watch again: Journeys Late

Celebrate stories of migration across cultures through creative activities from a special Late, inspired by our Journeys display, featuring talks performances, music and make-up masterclass.  

This is a second chance to watch some of the creative contributions that were part of the journeys Late at Home event.

Watch it again below.

Explore identity and celebrate culture through an Avant Garde make-up masterclass lead by Betty Traore. Learn movements that form the traditional Dabke Palestinian dance with Hawiyya Dabke Dance Co. Travel the globe through music curated by DJ and Rhythm Section Founder Bradley Zero.  

Dive into friendship, chosen families, collaborative and community-based art, and the right of love and movement through 'Lavender Man', a film by artist Tania El Khoury in collaboration with Mohamad Ali “Dali” Agrebi. Katarzyna Perlak performs their version of Eastern European folk traditions, one that celebrates queer love.  

DNA and Migration are explored through extracts from Migration Museum seminar. Illustrator Olivier Kugler in collaboration with Journalist Andrew Humphreys, share their new project that plans to chart the hidden role of migrants in the UK who made fish and chips the UK's national dish.   

This event celebrates our Journeys display. This event premiered on the 18 June as part of Refugee Week.

  • Hawiyya Dabke Dance Co. (Photo Credit: Jose Farinha)

    Hawiyya Dabke Dance Co. (Photo Credit: Jose Farinha)
  • Makeup by Betty Traore

    Makeup by Betty Traore
  • Still from 'Lavender Man', a film by artist Tania El Khoury

    Still from 'Lavender Man', a film by artist Tania El Khoury
  • Migration Museum

    Migration Museum
  • Still from 'Niolam Ja Se Kochaneczke’ a film by Katarzyna Perlak

     Still from 'Niolam Ja Se Kochaneczke’ a film by Katarzyna Perlak
  • Illustration by Olivier Kugler

    Illustration by Olivier Kugler
  • Bradley Zero Phillips

    Bradley Zero Phillips

We end the Journeys Display, at the Gallery, with an invitation for visitors to leave a comment in our online visitors book about their journeys. We invite you to do the same. Please share your Journeys with us here.