The Apna Heritage Archive exhibition opens at Wolverhampton Art Gallery


The Apna Heritage Archive Exhibition opened on the 13th January 2018 and extended until 18th March 2018. The award winning archive archive is a new resource led by Black Country Visual Arts. The project has developed a photographic archive of 2000 historic images of Punjabi migration to Wolverhampton covering three decades from 1960 to 1989. New portraits taken provide a present day record. Documents and other materials collated provide a context to this unique social history.  

You are invited to visit the gallery to see part of this amazing collection that documents the Punjabi communities life in Wolverhampton over 3 decades. From arrival in the 60's to weddings, births, working and social life!

The exhibition is on from 13th January to 7th March 2018 at Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Lichfield Street W-ton, see for further information and opening times.