International Slavery Museum
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Learn about the beauty of African flowers and make your own colourful blooms to take home!
Sun 16 Jul
Find out more about amazing civilisations in West Africa throughout history and create a crown like Mali's Mansa Musa or your own beautiful Benin Bronze, in this free family activity with a member of our Education team.
Tue 30 May
Art of Solidarity
#artofsolidarity Art of Solidarity provides a fascinating look at posters produced in Cuba as a form of social and political resistance, designed to support freedom movements around the world. The exhibition features 32 rarely-seen posters from a private collection which highlight some of the liberation and…
Art of Solidarity badges
Get creative and make your own brilliant badge inspired by our vibrant Art of Soldarity exhibition in our free workshop for all ages.
Art of Solidarity in focus
Find out more about the story behind our exciting new Art of Solidarity exhibition from a member of our Education team.
Learn about the history of carnival and make your own colourful headdress to take home in this free craft activity for all the family.
Celebrating Maya Angelou
Join poetess and storyteller Empress Jai to celebrate the life of author, poet and civil activist Maya Angelou.
Continuing the Journey
This new exhibition developed by Stray Cat Media is a multi media collection of oral histories, photography and film, exploring issues which affect people of African heritage, born, raised or living in Liverpool’s locality. Learn about the struggle of Merseyside's Black community to obtain racial equality and social…
Come along to join in with printing and crafts inspired by our vibrant Art of Solidarity exhibition.
Human rights poetry workshop
Join poetess Empress Jai in this creative writing workshop. Create your own poetry inspired by the writing of Maya Angelou, as well as our museum collections, and explore how creative writing can be a powerful tool in campaigning for human rights.
Quilt code patterns
Learn the meanings and codes behind the patterns on African American quilts and how they helped enslaved people on the road to freedom. Make a paper and fabric patchwork pattern of your own to take home, maybe inspired by the Gees Bend quilt on display in the museum.