Eastside Community Heritage have many exhibitions, some of which are available for hire or to loan for educational purposes.
People’s Museum and Gallery of NewhamThe People’s Museum And Gallery of Newham opened its doors to the public on the 26th of July 2012. We held many diverse events over the summer, details of which can be found here.
Multimedia training project working with young refugees. Looks back at early arrivals of refugees and key issues relating to refugees.
My Roots, Our Heritage
An exhibition formed of interviews with African Caribbean communities who came to the UK in the 60s.
On The Home Front
The introduction to an eight month project which documented the impact of the war years on East London. A larger exhibition was launched in June 2005 to mark the 60th Anniversary of VE day. (8 x A1 boards).
The history of Poplar in Tower Hamlets. It includes archive images of the docks, churches and boundary maps and describes the changes to the economics, population and housing of the area. (4 x A1 boards).
A survey of the history of black African and Caribbean fashion and its impact on British cultural life. (10 x A1 boards).
Women Working It Out
A history of the gym and a celebration of Newham women keeping fit, savvy and sexy in the 21st century.
An exhibition covering the first year of the project – the industries of manufacturing, communications, transport and edibles.
Working With Disability
This exhibition tells the story of East London’s disabled workers, in their own words. (4 x A1 boards).