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An exhibition to celebrate the work of both the Goldsmiths and the refugee communities to demonstrate how we can walk together for justice

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Social Exhibition

The exhibition, part of our Refugee Awareness Week of events, will take place from 12pm to 7pm in the Goldsmiths SU Building on Dixon Rd, London SE14 6NW.

The exhibition will feature works by refugees, asylum seekers, Goldsmiths students and activists to bring together all of these communities under one roof. It will be a space filled with artwork celebrating the lives and stories of those affected by forced migration.

We named the Social Exhibition as such to provide a sense of kinship and community. We want this to be a space for socialisation, activism and raising awareness, as well as celebration and friendship.

Throughout the day we will have screenings, music, photographs, paintings and a live performance after 6pm.

The exhibition will be finishing around 7pm.

Refugee Awareness Week 2021 - We Cannot Walk Alone

From the 14th to the 21st of June, Goldsmiths STAR and organisations across the UK will be celebrating national Refugee Week. This year’s topic, “We Cannot Walk Alone,” is a call to arms - to reach out to our communities; to work together to create change.

This year, COVID-19 has revealed the importance of community. With many of us physically isolated, building interconnected communities is more crucial than ever. Our individual well being depends on the welfare, safety and health of others - Refugee Week aims to celebrate these connections.

This June, we’ll be hosting a series of collective actions, aimed at improving the life of the community. We invite you to get involved with our activities, events, hikes and more!

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