Journeys Festival International Portsmouth

18 - 27 October 2019

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Ongoing Journeys is a story about 'family' as experienced
by millions of people in today's world.

Full details: Ongoing Journeys

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The poems explore themes of home, hope and journeys and demonstrate how poetry
can open conversations between communities.

Full details: Poetry Exhibition

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An exhibition of new work inspired by members of the Refugee and Asylum-seeker community sharing personal histories and culture.

Full details: Recovered Histories

Join us to celebrate the launch of Journeys Festival International Portsmouth 2019.

Full details: Celebrating Journeys

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For one week, people in Portsmouth will be able to connect with people indefinitely detained in UK immigration removal centres via the phone box sculpture.

Full details: The Channel

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Join poet Maggie Harris at Portsmouth Museum for a fun family poetry workshop exploring journeys and views of Portsmouth through the Museum’s exhibition Portsmouth Revisited.

Full details: Family Poetry

A unique exploration of masculinity and forced migration. Powerful, funny, resistant and revealing.

Full details: Pizza Shop Heroes

Join the Very Reverend Dr Anthony Cane, Dean of Portsmouth, for a Coffee Shop Conversation with artist George Sfougaras, exploring his new
exhibition Recovered Histories.

Full details: Symbolism and Self

Join us for a talk by Claire Chandler of Stand Up to Racism, alongside an evening of personal stories, poetry, music, displays and stalls from local organisations.

Full details: The Burning Tide

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Angels is a series of video portraits projected around the city, talking to us, by surprise, in the most unexpected places.

Full details: Angels

A new artwork by Mei Yuk Wong shares the hidden voice of refugees in history and offers us the chance to consider their stories in relation to experiences today. 

Full details: Reckoning with Refugeedom

Laurence Payot chats about the process of creating her project Angels and the universal nature of hope and courage.

Full details: A Portrait of Hope

The Island Of The Hungry Ghosts is a hybrid documentary that moves between the natural migration of Christmas Island crabs and the chaotic
and tragic migration of humans.

Full details: Hungry Ghosts

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Naomi Foyle joins Tongues & Grooves in the Community for a free poetry workshop, responding
to the recent Community Conversations project.

Full details: Poetry Workshop

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Journeys Live is a day of free, live entertainment celebrating talented artists from around the world.

Full details: Journeys Live

Join artist Mei Yuk Wong for a
discussion about her piece
responding to the Reckoning with
Refugeedom
research project.

Full details: Voices Through Time

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