Rainbow Pilgrims Pop-Up Exhibition for IDAHOT

rainbow pilgrims

For one day only, get a chance to see the Rainbow Pilgrims exhibition!

Rainbow Pilgrims is a ground-breaking pop-up exhibition exploring the ‘hidden history’ of LGBTQI migrant and travelling communities in Britain.

To coincide with TORCH’s IDAHOT event, the Rainbow Pilgrims project launches its UK tour in Oxford at The Pitt Rivers Museum. Visitors will have the chance to immerse themselves in an oral history audio installation (bring your mobiles/tablets and earphones to maximise your experience!), watch a mini documentary and have a chat with the Rainbow Pilgrims team.
Stick around for the evening event where you will have a chance to engage with LGBTQ+ activists, staff and community members whilst having an exclusive chance to enjoy the exhibition. The exhibition will be accessible during the day without a ticket, whereas the evening event will require an RSVP, but it's still free!

Rainbow Pilgrims is supported through the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and proudly hosted by Liberal Judaism. 

For more information about the project visit the website


Queer Studies Network

Contact name: Mara Gold

Contact email: mara.gold@st-hildas.ox.ac.uk

Audience: Open to all