Tag Archives: People’s Story

Crossings exhibition now on display at the People’s Story Museum

Crossings is an exhibition exploring the heritage of Leith. The exhibition is the cumulation of a project developed by Dancebase in partnership with Edinburgh Museums & Galleries and Historic Environment Scotland. Several groups of young people explored the heritage of … Continue reading

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Proud City- extended until February 2017

The Proud City exhibition at the People’s Story Museum has been extended until 26 February 2017! This means we can take part in LGBT History Month Scotland. This takes place in February and in 2017 marks the Scottish Government’s Year of … Continue reading

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Pride

Pride Edinburgh takes place this Saturday. But did you know that the first Scottish Pride took place in 1995? You can find out more about the history of Pride and see some items from Pride 95 in the Proud City exhibition at … Continue reading

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Proud City- updated display

I’ve just visited the People’s Story Museum to add some new donations to the Proud City exhibition. These Equal Folk cards were donated after the exhibition opened. Here are some of the other cards donated (which I couldn’t fit into … Continue reading

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Proud City- some highlights

I thought I would share a few images of some of my favourite items on display in the Proud City exhibition (there are many more). The exhibition is on at the People’s Story Museum until 26 February 2017. This photograph … Continue reading

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Help us to develop a new display exploring the lives of LGBT communities in Edinburgh

Would you like to help us to develop a new display exploring the lives of LGBT communities in Edinburgh? In 2006 the exhibition ‘Rainbow City’ was shown at the City Art Centre. We would like to revisit the exhibition 10 … Continue reading

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