|Event||Migrating Histories - Moving Identities|
|Type||Family Funday - Childrens activities|
|Venue||NYLA, 39 Thurloe St, South Kensington, London SW7 2LQ|
|Date||Sun 6th Nov 2016|
|Time||11am - 5pm|
On Sunday 6th Nov, the Barakat Trust hosted an family fun day with arts & craft, performance story telling, interactive mapping on ancestries and history encouraging children from across London and every corner of the world to understand their personal history and story of migration. Children were encouraged to engage in reading, painting, photography, ceramic tile painting, calligraphy, cake decorating, map illustratiion, painting, and Egyptian pencil box decoration!
More details to come.
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