Merry Christmas and we hope it’s going to be a better 2022. That’s the timing of our official launch of the Somers Town Museum – A Space for Us. Some of the history we will cover in the year to come.
Jellicoe 100 on December the 1st, was a centenary and a tribute to Rob Inglis’ inspiring work, as well as a fundraiser for our museum.
Interested in Gilbert Bayes local heritage? On Saturday we are holding a Workshop. We will talk about the heritage, then walk to see the remaining ‘finials’ then reconvene to compare and scan photos to create 3D digital models. See below for the agenda. The aim of the workshop is to test photogrammetry to capture the… Continue reading Workshop on Bayes heritage
We finally have a space for us! Last friday we received the keys to our very own premises..52 Phoenix Road. We were joined by our friends and supporters as we cut the ribbon and celebrated getting the keys. It was an excellent turn out with music, food and a Guy made by the local children… Continue reading Celebrations.. We have A Space For Us
A night to remember… ‘Jellicoe 100’ at the St Pancras Old church. Join us at this Fundraiser for our museum.
Join us on Friday for a walk through Black revolutionary activism in Somers Town….book tickets now.
Our pop up went well. The Social Justice Walks were well attended – a look at Black Activism, in a week Cecli Rhodes name was erased from the block of flats – renamed Parkview.
There is lots going on this week: lunchtime walks on huge social justice themes and find out how you could shape our museum in Wednesday’s meeting. Walks – Founders of Feminism starts at 1pm; and Black Activism at Wednesday 22nd September 1.30pm. To be sure of a ticket, please book online: Feminism and Black Activism.… Continue reading Join in this week!
The Pop up Museum appears at the Ossulston TRA Hall with the ‘Think ‘n Do’ activities between the 15th and 25th September.We are providing walks, screenprinting and Joy in Weaving for our community artwork.Join the History Workshop meeting on the 22nd September at 5.30pm to find out more about the Museum plans, to get involved… Continue reading What’s on September