In partnership with the London Festival of Architecture.
An exhibition and events telling social stories and journeys of different identities in E16. Stories of the land and of the people through oral history, photo bunting, videos, books, exhibition stands, games, lost pubs and more! A UEL Archives civic engagement project in conjunction with Royal Docks Community Voice. We have an active Facebook group focusing on the community histories of North Woolwich and Silvertown at https://www.facebook.com/groups/TateLives
/ and a new website is in the pipeline as part of ongoing projects.
Exhibition Opening Times: Tuesday 12 June to Saturday 16th June 2018, 10am-5pm with late evening Wednesday 13th until 7pm and 12-5pm on the Saturday.
Ways of Getting Here: The UEL Archives are located in the ground floor of the UEL Docklands Campus Library and the Campus itself is situated adjacent to the Cyprus Station on the Docklands Light Railway. The Campus is also accessible via local buses 101, 366 and 474. We believe the Beckton branch of the DLR may not be working on Saturday, 16th June due to engineering works so you may need to plan extra time for your journey.
We also have our own Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTDtFiR1YiPO_GCSFIqLMig where you can view excerpts from last years exhibition on Tate Lives.