Trisha McCauley

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Individual

Trisha McCauley is the Curator at The Humble Gallery a community exhibition space based in Hamilton Road, Stratford. Trisha has worked in visual art education for over 22 years and and has taught accredited and non-accredited photographic and creative enterprise courses to adults, young people, children and adults with disabilities.

Trisha McCauley's Records
Tidal Basin Road
1936

Kamal Chunchie, originally from Ceylon (Sri Lanka) founded the ‘The Coloured Mens Insitute’, located at Tidal Basin Road, Victoria Docks.

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Royal Docks
1919

Photograph of African and Caribbean soldiers and sailors relaxing around a fire at the Social Room and Club for Coloured Sailors.

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12 Gerald Road, Canning Town
August 1901

Jack Leslie, a footballer was born in Canning Town to a Jamaican father and English mother.  He played for Barking Town and later joined for Plymouth Argyle.

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Royal Albert Docks
1936

The Lascars were seafarers from the Subcontinent of India and were employed on British ships to replace British sailors who abandoned their posts because of the appalling work conditions.

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Royal Docks
1919

Political writer and poet Claude McKay was born in Sunnyhill, Jamaica in 1889. In 1919 he migrated to London and worked for the socialist publication Dreadnought, it’s believed he was...

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Trisha McCauley's Events
Saturday 15 May 11am-12.30pm

A photographic introduction to the lives of mixed-race families living in Canning Town in the early 20th Century. Delivered by Curator Trisha McCauley and Photographer Hajia Dahiru. FULL DETAILS +

  • Free
  • All Ages
Open Captioning Event

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