Hackney Museum: Caribbean Hackney
LAUNCHED THIS MONTH: Hackney Museum has recovered lost files, that document and celebrate Hackney's vibrant Caribbean community
Sculpting Lives: Veronica Ryan
"With the artist, museum curators and art historians we talk about issues of invisibility, belonging and identity."
Hackney Windrush Artwork Commission
Artists Thomas J Price and Veronica Ryan were commissioned to create two new public artworks honouring Hackney’s Windrush Generation
If you are eligible for the Windrush Compensation Scheme, we need to hear from you urgently
Veronica Ryan OBE Hackney Windrush Art Commission Unveiling and Speech
Watch here, the moment Veronica Ryan's sculptures were unveiled before the local community!
Hackney Windrush competition July 2021
The Hackney Windrush19 Group are donating 3 of their keepsakeWindrush 2021 calendars to the Hackney community.
Windrush Words: FREEDOM FOR ME
"My inspiration was the experience of Windrush. A lived experience of my brothers and sisters who came generations before me"- Emily Lewis
Windrush Words: The Invitation
"As a wordsmith I feel a big responsibility to reframe the narrative around my heritage"- Sheba Montserrat
Uprising Newsletter - Windrush Edition
Uprising Community Club provides friendship and a range of activities to promote inclusion and community awareness for senior citizens.
Martine Rose, Tea Towels
As part of the wider engagement programme, tea towels designed by designer Martine Rose will be distributed to Windrush descendants
Halina Edwards, A Place For Everyone
This Windrush day sees the unveiling of Halina Edwards’ textile artwork outside Vogue Fabrics in Dalston.
How to apply for Windrush Compensation
Information on the compensation scheme and additional support for those affected by the Windrush scandal
Friends of Woodberry Downs
Community Club, Friends of Woodberry Down have just launched their Windrush booklet - A Special Collection of Poetry, Life Stories and Art
Windrush Words: Small Island
"A small poem that delivers a large message. Small Island highlights outdated and old fashioned ways of thinking" - Amanda E Inniss