A free exhibition exploring how different generations living in Birmingham understand the 1947 Partition of India today.
Sampad’s free new exhibition, exploring how different generations living in Birmingham understand the 1947 Partition of India today, has been curated by artist Tasawar Bashir in collaboration with 20 volunteers from the West Midlands who have helped to co-curate and design the display.
Championing local stories and insights the exhibition reveals how people cope under collective displacement, turmoil and changing identities. The artistic response features new work created by the team.
Please note that Soho House is open 11am-4pm, Wednesday to Thursday and the first Sunday of the month. Check birminghammuseums.org.uk for full details.
Produced by Sampad in partnership with Birmingham Museums Trust. Supported by the National Lottery through Heritage Lottery Fund and by The Radcliffe Trust, Grimmitt Trust and Limoges Trust.