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Silent History

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‘Silent History’ explores the Birmingham's relationship with members of the d/Deaf, blind and disabled community.

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‘Silent History’ explores the Jewellery Quarters relationship with members of the d/Deaf, blind and disabled community through its industrial history, alongside contemporary reflection curated by artists Fae Kilburn and Olivier Jamin.

Both artists have worked with groups across Birmingham to produce a series of works exploring the dreams and ambitions of d/Deaf, blind and disabled individuals, as well as discussing experiences of employment and workplace culture today.

The outcome has been an exhibition that brings together art and language. The words displayed throughout the gallery are the participants own – powerful and evocative, they show how they see themselves and want to be seen, as well as how they feel within the workplace and barriers they face.

This exhibition will run from the 10th August - 3rd September 2021 - Tickets are available to book FREE, with timed entry to aid social distancing and reduce the number of people in the gallery at any one time - You have a 1 hour time slot to spend in the gallery.

Please book 1 ticket per person attending for the time and date you require.

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The Hive is a community hub for Birmingham in an historic building, with an organic cafe, craft workshops, exhibitions and event spaces. We are part of the Ruskin Mill Trust family. Winner of a West Midlands Tourism Award 2020 in the category of Ethical, Environmental and Sustainable Tourism.

At The Hive we are proud to offer an inclusive and friendly welcome to all our visitors.

We share the building with Argent College, a Ruskin Mill Trust specialist educational college for young people aged 16 – 25 with learning differences, which operates from the upper floors; including the roof where you’ll find the UK’s only bio-dynamically farmed rooftop garden.

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