Our creative outputs

Exhibitions

Swept Under the Carpet?

Servants in London Households, 1600 to 2000

  • Tuesday 15 March – Sunday 4 September 2016
  • Free entry at the Museum of the Home
  • c.43,000 visitors

Swept Under the Carpet press release.pdf [PDF 404KB]

Press coverage


 The Aylesbury Estate as Home

  • Tuesday 5 April – Sunday 18 September 2016
  • Free entry at the Museum of the Home (was Geffrye Museum)
  • c.15,000 visitors

Aylesbury Estate press release.pdf [PDF 385KB]

Press coverage


 Teenage bedrooms: ‘like a house inside of a house’

  • Tuesday 4 October 2016 – Sunday 4 June 2017
  • Free entry at the Museum of the Home (was Geffrye Museum)
  • c.23,200 visitors

Teenage bedrooms press release.pdf [PDF 392KB]

Press coverage


Who once lived in my house

  • Tuesday 24 September 2013 – Sunday 9 February 2014
  • Free entry at the Museum of the Home (was Geffrye Museum)
  • c.12,500 visitors

Who once lived in my house press release.pdf [PDF 425KB]

Press coverage


Home Thoughts: Stories of Living in London

  • Tuesday 6 June 2017 to Sunday 7 January 2018
  • Free entry at the Museum of the Home (was Geffrye Museum)
  • c.18,600 visitors

Home Thoughts press release.pdf [PDF 222KB]


Films

Home-city-street

Four short films with Ali, Debby, Liz and Mark  

Globe

Here be dragons Janetka Platun

Home for Refugee Children

Home Mitchell Harris and Eithne Nightingale

The house that is not there Mitchell Harris and Eithne Nightingale

 

Fertig Janetka Platun

 

Memories of Jewish home cooking


Podcasts

Stay Home Stories


Audio walk

Home-city stories


Stay Home Stories Blog posts

Introduction to Stay Home Stories by Alison Blunt

From the synagogue to the sofa by Miri Lawrence

Just come and see me by Miri Lawrence

Mapping home by Jacqueline Waldock

Together / apart: digital connections in pandemic times by Olivia Sheringham

'The world has now adopted a vicarage model of working:' COVID-19 and the domestication of Anglican urban ministry by Alastair Owens and David Geiringer