The Peace Museum is delighted to announce that it has been gifted a painting from one of Pakistan’s most renowned artists, Salima Hashmi. The donated work, Rain 1, is part of a series of works that Salima produced in the aftermath of the 2005 earthquake that had a devastating effect on Kashmir – primarily in […]
You can now find The Peace Museum on the social networking websites Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. Through these sites you can keep up to date about upcoming events and exhibitions and share news, information, updates, ideas, developments and special announcements. We also encourage you to check out our blog, which we will be using with […]
The Peace Museum’s exhibition Visible Voices: The Art of Women’s Protest at the Pop Up art space in Bradford in January 2011 was a great success and drew more than 500 visitors in its three-week run .
For the past six months (December 2009 to June 2010) The Peace Museum has been working with Year 8 students from Bradford Academy on an innovative project called Campaign! Make an Impact. Campaign! Make an Impact is a cross-curricular programme that uses history to inspire young people into active citizenship. It is a national programme […]
The Kokeshi exhibition, on display at the Yorkshire Craft Centre gallery in Bradford in March and April 2011, explored the story of a Japanese girl, Sadako Sasaki, and her friends, following the atomic bomb that devastated the city of Hiroshima, Japan.
The Peace Museum took part in the fourth annual PeaceJam youth conference in Bradford 5-7 March 2010. Over 170 young people aged 13-19 came to the University of Bradford to spend the weekend in the company of Nobel Peace Prize winner and president of East Timor José Ramos-Horta and to learn about peace building. The […]
Over 50 people turned out to hear Mr. Ali Gohar of Just Peace International present an illustrated talk on the life and work of Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Bacha Khan) entitled “The Noviolent Solider of Islam” on 20 January, at Manningham Mills Community Centre in Bradford. The talk was organised and supported by The Peace Museum.
Julie Obermeyer, The Peace Museum’s Manager, participated in a round table discussion at the Nature of the Beast exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery in London on Saturday, 21 November 2009.