Legacies of the First World War Festival: Diversity: In The Line Of Duty Presentation

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Legacies of the First World War Festival: Diversity: In The Line Of Duty Presentation

22nd March 2019

Midlands Arts Centre
Cannon Hill Park , Birmingham, B12 9QH

Learning Through The Arts Creative Director, Ademola Adeniji  will be presenting In the Line of Duty: Askaris of the British Empire, a presentation celebrating the sacrifices and contributions of the colonial soldiers who served during The Great War at the Voices of war & Peace First World War Engagement Centre () Legacies of the First World War Festival March 22, Birmingham.

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Legacies of the First World War Festival is hosted by the Arts & Humanities Research Council WW1 Engagement Centres.

The Diversity festival in Birmingham on March 22 & 23 will be dedicated to reflecting on public history and heritage with a focus on diverse stories, exploring the different types of collaborative work that has been done around WW1 subjects since 2014, and to thinking about future/potential collaborations and how community organisations and academics can continue working together to explore all aspects of the past.

The festival will enable participants and attendees to better understand the challenges and opportunities of collaborative work around history, heritage and commemoration. A series of panel discussions, informal workshops, film screenings, and performances will provide an informal and friendly forum for stimulating conversations around co-produced knowledge and critical responses to history and heritage.

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