EXHIBITION PRIVATE VIEW Thu 15 Nov / 6pm - 9pm / Free
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Providence Row’s Olympic Voices tells the London 2012 experience from the perspective of rough sleepers and people living in hostels. Their testimonials will be a lasting legacy about what the Olympic Games means to them. Over the summer homeless and ex-homeless people accessing services at Providence Row have filmed, interviewed and been interviewed as well as spoken to local community groups, residents and rough sleepers. The results of their work have been uploaded onto this website over the summer and the project will culminates in this exhibition.
Olympic Voices is produced by Shiraz Bayjoo on behalf of Providence Row and kindly supported
by Reed Smith .
Providence Row tackles the root causes of homelessness to help people get off, and stay off, the streets.
An element of this project has been done in conjunction with Crisis Skylight.