To mark the start of this year’s Refugee Week, we’ve teamed up with our friends at BFI to compile a COLLECTION OF FILMS that explore refugee experiences in the past and present and across different parts of the world.
This year Refugee Week celebrates acts of Welcome shown to refugees by individuals and communities across the UK and Europe. Find out more
Check out our Summer 2016 Programme, which ranges from film screenings, performances, readings and installations across London top venues during Refugee Week, to Learning Labs, participatory events at Southbank’s Festival of Love and stunning new T-shirts designed by a renowned fashion designer.
The renowned fashion designer, Marios Schwab has collaborated with an award-winning art studio, Studio Moross, to create a small collection of stunning print designs for t-shirts in support of Refugee Week. Find out more.
We’re delighted to be collaborating for the first time this year with British Museum on Moving Stories – Refugee Week Special to take place on 24th June. Find out more.
We take our collaboration with Southbank Centre to a great new level with this year’s launch of Refugee Week on 19 June as part of their world famous Meltdown festival – curated this year by Guy Garvey (picture by Thomas Butler).
As part of Refugee Week, BFI and Counterpoints Arts will be screening Beats of the Antonov – a documentary film exploring the role of music and dance in the lives of the displaced Nuba population in Sudan.