Heritage Open Day at the UEL Archives
As part of the UEL Archives' Boundaries of Diversity series, this open day explores the issues of boundaries and diversity within the local context.
Archives, Silvertown Museum Exhibition and Online Launch and Participatory Heritage Day
Boundaries of Diversity: Migration, Regeneration and Community Heritage in the Royal Docks.
Organised by the the Archives service at the University of East London, "Boundaries of Diversity" will be a month long exhibition and series of events in June including workshops, talks and family events exploring issues of migration, regeneration and the community both within the Royal Docks and more broadly in East London. In collaboration with colleagues at the University and external partners including the Oral History Society, this series of events and exhibitions born out of our work with traditional archival and oral history sources exploring the issues of boundaries and diversity within the local context. A month long exhibition will be staged at the UEL Archives in Docklands and Stratford showcasing work from our Tate Lives projects in North Woolwich and Silvertown and the notions of what is meant by the "boundaries" within both the built environment and personal contexts. We will also explore the role and impacts of migration with a local context.
This is part of a series of events, do check out the others in the programme:
All of our events will be FREE and open to the local community.
For your visit
University of East London
UEL's docklands campus is known for its state-of-the-art sports facilities and formiddable reputation.
Food & Drink
Wharfside community cafe offering a regularly-changing menu of healthy and affordable food.
State-of-the-art UEL sport facilities, offering martial arts, table tennis, badminton, and more.
Join the Docks
Isolation | Association
Thu 19–21 Sep
Do you want to be stripped from your context, then recreated through art? Have your portrait taken and become part of an artistic collaboration.
Fri 20 Sep – 6 Oct
Explore art and works in response to the transitory space that The Silver Building affords.