A Place To Call Home
Home can be a joyful space where we hold celebrations and express ourselves, somewhere we associate with happy memories of food, family and comfort. But it can also be an unhappy or uncertain place, or somewhere we have had to leave behind. Home may not be a place at all, but a feeling that goes beyond any physical location.
18 February – 28 October 2023, 10:00–16:00, Monday - Saturday
About A Place To Home
In our recent interactive exhibition, Making Home, we invited you to respond to questions about home and homelessness. You told us that home is more than a physical place and that it can summon up strong emotions. Explore what we discovered about what home means to all of us in our follow up exhibition, A Place to Call Home.
We invite you to see homelessness, adult social care and displacement through the eyes of people who have lived experience, in a new exhibition that shares the University of Birmingham’s latest research.
Through this photographic exhibition meet people from the present and the past as they share their story.
View our public events programme
We have a range of exciting events open to everyone linked with this exhibition, ranging from craft workshops aimed at children, to talks and performances.
Learn more about the research projects highlighted in this exhibition
What does home mean to you?
We asked the people involved in the different projects highlighted as part of this exhibition what home means to them. Do any of these answers resonate with you?