The Equiano Project features a major exhibition, touring exhibitions, an education pack, website, a programme of events and activities.


The Equiano Project is a multi-tiered heritage project that celebrates the life and times of Olaudah Equiano, a former

slave, seaman, war verteren, writer and abolitionist, who lived in 18th century England. The project will feature a

major exhibition, touring exhibitions, an education pack, website, a programme of events and activities.

The project partners are The Equiano Society and Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery. The Equiano Project has

been funded by a £653,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund with additional support from Birmingham City

Council and the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council 'Renaissance in the Regions'.

Visit http://www.bmag.org.uk for opening times and other visitor information.

Phillis Wheatley Ignatius Sancho
   
Diary/Event

Welcome to the Equiano Events Diary. This diary is continually updated so it is worth checking it often, to see the latest information on Equiano events.

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For further information about Equiano diary/events please contact the The Equiano Project, Aston Hall, Trinity Road, Birmingham, B6 6JD. Phone no. 0121 326 9570.

Events listed in this diary are correct at the time of publishing, but all events may be subject to cancellation or alteration.