All Day

Marianne Grant Holocaust Artworks

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Argyle Street, Glasgow

Marianne Grant was a Jewish artist and Holocaust survivor from Prague who settled in Glasgow after the end of World War II. She uniquely recorded in drawings her experiences of imprisonment in the concentration camp-ghetto Theresienstadt, the Czech family camp in Auschwitz-Birkenau, German slave labour camps and Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp


Mann at War

Manx Museum Manx Museum, Douglas

The role that the Isle of Man and its people have played in conflict from the 18th Century to present day


Internment – Living with the Wire

Manx Museum Manx Museum, Douglas

Discover more about ‘life behind the wire’ and the different ways that interned artists recorded the world around them


The Bauhaus in Bristol

The Ken Stradling Collection 48 Park Row, Bristol

The Ken Stradling Collection is very pleased to be taking part in the international celebrations marking the centenary of the Bauhaus.


The Art of Eugene Halliday and Käthe Schuftan

Tan-y-Garth Hall Retreat Pontfadog, Llangollen

Käthe Schuftan was a Jewish artist who escaped from Berlin in June 1939. Her work was linked with both Käthe Kollwitz and the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement, including Otto Dix and George Grosz.

Selected dates from September to April


Art Aiding Politics: Hampstead in the 1930s and ’40s

Burgh House and Hampstead Museum Burgh House, New End Square, London

Hampstead has been a place of refuge, reflection and community for centuries. This exhibition aims to show the response of some of its most creative residents to the tumultuous political events of the early twentieth century; from the Spanish Civil War to the rise of the Nazi party and the outbreak of the Second World War and beyond.


Beyond Bauhaus – Modernism in Britain 1933–66

This exhibition revisits the impact of three notable Bauhaus émigrés: Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer and László Moholy-Nagy. Centred on the brief period of 1934-37, when they came to live and work in Britain, it traces this fertile moment in British architectural history and considers where its legacy has had the most enduring impact.


Migrations: Masterworks from the Ben Uri Collection

Museum of Gloucester Brunswick Road, Gloucester

The exhibition shines a spotlight on a very different Europe 80 years ago in the lead up to, and the start of, WW2. It features the forced journeys of many of central Europe’s most distinguished and pioneering artists, who fled tyranny in search of artistic and personal freedoms.


Marie-Louise von Motesiczky

Tate Britain Millbank, London

This free display covers the life and work of Marie-Louise von Motesiczky alongside other émigrés who escaped Nazi Europe for the relative safety of Britain.


Migration at the RNCM

Royal Northern College of Music 124 Oxford Road, Manchester

Migration has been in the DNA of the RNCM from its earliest roots, when in 1893 the German-born conductor Sir Charles Hallé realised his vision of founding a Northern conservatoire which became the Royal Manchester College of Music.

20:20 Stories of Moving Lineage

Brent Civic Centre Engineers Way, London

20:20 is a multimedia, touring arts and heritage project that casts a long lens over the personal memories of refugee families who arrived in the UK from 1999 onwards from Kosovo and other major global conflicts.

20:20 Stories of Moving Lineage

20:20 is a multimedia, touring arts and heritage project that casts a long lens over the personal memories of refugee families who arrived in the UK from 1999 onwards from Kosovo and other major global conflicts.

Heartfield: One Man’s War

An exhibition of prints by the renowned photomontage artist John Heartfield. A pioneer of German agitprop and an early member of the Berlin Dada group, Heartfield is known as the inventor of political photomontage. 33 of Heartfield’s scathingly satirical artworks against war, fascism and the Third Reich will be on display.

Josef Herman

The first major exhibition for many years to trace the complex life journey of Polish-Jewish artist Josef Herman (1911-2000), from his escape from Nazi-occupied Europe in 1940 through his time spent in Glasgow, South Wales, London and Suffolk.

Inspiration & Processes: Janet Haig

Janet Haig is a Hampstead-based ceramicist, whose unique hand-crafted vessels and stoneware torsos have been shown in many galleries and featured in boutiques and magazines.


Ernst Schoen – the life of an anti-fascist radio pioneer

Bishopsgate Institute 230 Bishopsgate, London

Taking the form of a live radio presentation, this evening will highlight the fascinating life of Ernst Schoen (1884–1960), radio practitioner, writer, composer and lifelong anti-fascist, as presented by Dr Esther Leslie and Dr Sam Dolbear.

£5 – £7