“Child Migrants Welcome?”

Migration Museum at The Workshop 26 Lambeth High Street, London

Come to the screening of a series of short films about the welcome and non-welcome experienced by young people who have migrated to the UK – from Syrian children on the Isle of Bute in Scotland, to Iraqi Kurdish youth in Norwich, to Eritreans in Harrow and Polish children in Sidmouth.

£5 – £8.97

A Celebration of Czechoslovak Culture in Wartime Britain

University of London Senate House Room 243, Malet Street, London

Senate House, University of London Aspects of Exile This series of lectures, running from February to December 2019, will be given by members of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, based at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London, who all have a strong interest in German-speaking exile from Nazism. The lectures cover a broad…

Free

London’s Czechoslovak Institute during World War II

University of London Senate House Room 243, Malet Street, London

Lecture given by member of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies, based at the Institute for Modern Languages Research, University of London

Free

Great British Jews: A Celebration

Jewish Museum London Raymond Burton House 129-131 Albert Street, London

This playful exhibition celebrates the huge contribution that Jews have made to this country across a variety of cultural, scientific and commercial fields.

Free

Insiders/Outsiders: Émigré Poster Designers

London Transport Museum Covent Garden Piazza, London

London Transport commissioned many of the best émigré designers to produce some of the most distinctive posters on the network

Modernist Hampstead Walk

Hampstead Tube Station Hampstead High Street, London

Discover the revolutionary Modernist homes and idealistic architecture built in Hampstead in the 1930s

£9 – £12

The Tailor of Inverness – Theatre Tour

The Tailor of Inverness is one of the most widely travelled and highly praised Scottish theatre productions of the last decade. Written and performed by Matthew Zajac

Great British Jews: A Celebration – Curator talk

Jewish Museum London Raymond Burton House 129-131 Albert Street, London

This playful exhibition celebrates the huge contribution that Jews have made to this country across a variety of cultural, scientific and commercial fields.

Free

Talk: ‘Albert Reuss in Mousehole, The Artist As Refugee’

Penlee House Gallery & Museum Morrab Road, Penzance

Albert Reuss (1889-1975) was a Jewish émigré artist. Born in Vienna, he fled to England in 1938 to escape Nazi persecution, losing family, possessions and his reputation as an artist. In 1948, he moved to Mousehole, Cornwall, where he continued to work as an artist, but his style changed dramatically, reflecting the trauma he had suffered.

£3 – £4

Anna Freud and the Conscience of Society

Freud Museum London 20 Maresfield Gardens, London

Drawing on a wealth of still and video archival materials, this new digital exhibit brings to life the fascinating intersection of psychoanalysis and education.

£8 – £10

Margaret Gardiner – A Life of Giving

The Pier Arts Centre Victoria Street, Stromness

Margaret Gardiner was born on 22 April 1904. An early activist against fascism and war, in 1936 she became honorary secretary of For Intellectual Liberty, a rallying point throughout the Second World War for writers, artists and academics in active defence of peace, liberty and culture.

Free

Maurice Blik Plasters: The Artist at Eighty

Sculpt Gallery Braxted Park Road, Gt. Braxted, Essex

Born in Amsterdam, Holland in 1939 and having survived Bergen-Belsen concentration camp as a child, Maurice Blik arrived in the UK aged seven. The ability to come to terms with this and to confront the face of humanity that he had witnessed, stayed silent in him for some forty years until it found a voice in the passionate and exquisite sculpture he began to produce in the late 1980s.

Free

The Laban Lecture

The Place 17 Duke's Road, London

Every year The Laban Guild celebrates the legacy of Rudolf Laban through a lecture from a leading academic or practitioner who actively promotes the work and heritage of this modern dance pioneer, who took refuge in the UK from Germany in 1938. This is part of the annual conference /AGM

£25 – £95

Marie-Louise von Motesiczky: The Forgotten Expressionist

New Walk Museum and Art Gallery 53 New Walk, Leicester

Join us for a special lecture on the artist on Sunday 28th April – ‘Marie-Louise von Motesiczky: The Forgotten Expressionist’, given by Dr Ines Schlenker. Please note: this event was previously scheduled for Sunday 24th March.

£4.50