In Conversation with...

Enjoy fresh perspectives on our shared past in our new interview series. It features those who are exploring Britain’s mixed race histories through their work, often drawing on themes in our collection and exhibitions. 

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Mixed Museum and Wikimedia

We were one of Wikimedia’s first Connected Heritage partners. Through our Wikimedian in Residence programme, we have been working to enhance Wikipedia’s content on the history of racial mixing in Britain.

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Live! Our Samuel Coleridge-Taylor exhibition

23 February 2024

Celebrating a musical pioneer at the Brighton Dome through our micro-exhibition and short film

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ARU students take on ‘Live Briefs’ for The Mixed Museum

21 February 2024

From textbooks to real world research, Anglia Ruskin University students help us explore archives

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“We are not alone”

15 January 2024

How our collaborative new project is bringing together Britain’s wartime ‘brown babies’

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“A tremendous ovation”

22 November 2023

Thanks to the Dome, our new short film will tell the story of composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor in Brighton

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