The Secret Art of Survival: creativity and ingenuity of British Far East prisoners of war, 1942-1945
Temporary closure of Secret Art of Survival- Creativity, and Ingenuity of British Far East prisoners of War 1942-1945
Following the University of Liverpool guidelines regarding government advice on the spread of Covid-19, the Victoria Gallery and Museum is now closed with immediate effect until further notice.
The situation will remain under review and we will continue to share updates as and when we have further information.
In partnership with, and located at the University of Liverpool's Victoria Gallery and Museum, the exhibition will run from 25 October 2019 to 20 June 2020
The exhibition is the result of over six years’ research to identify and locate previously unseen artworks created secretly and kept hidden by British servicemen during WWII Far East captivity. To date over 40 artists have been identified; the exhibition brings together their work for the first time.
Find out more about the connection between LSTM and FEPOW here.