The GPI's 'Dream To Change the World' exhibition is now in its final weeks and the last of three concomitant public outreach events takes place on Thursday 20th August at Islington Museum, 245 St. John Street London EC1V 4NB.

'THE ROAD MAKE TO WALK ON CARNIVAL DAY' is an evening of discussion on the role of culture in politics. Headed by Michael La Rose (Chair of the GPI) and Nicole-Rachelle Moore (the GPI's part-time Administrator), experiences and ideas around the crucial role that culture plays politically in our lives will be debated and shared. An enjoyably lively evening of is anticipated.

All at the GPI are encouraged and thrilled by the positive feedback that the exhibition continues to elicit. Please see some of the more recent comments written in the visitor's book:


'Brilliant to see all this work come together - interesting, informative and thought-provoking. Well done!' Ruth Bush


'Wonderful to get a chance to learn about my adopted neighbourhood. Thanks so much for sharing this important history.' Eric Woods


'I want to read it all!' Christine Warrington


'This shows the importance of keeping archives and making them accessible.' Max Boucher


The GPI looks forward to seeing you on Thursday 20th and thanks you for your continued support in our 'Dream To Change the World'!