Read about the Madhouse My House Exhibition on a special wiki website. Click on the Hackney Museum Exhibition Circle to hear feedback from visitors to the exhibition.
Below Hackney Museum curated all the Twitter activity about the Madhouse my House Exhibition into a Moment.
Below are pictures and comments about the MADHOUSE Exhibition.
Below is a Preview about the exhibition.
You can also find out more about the Madhouse My House Exhibition in a report from Wiki Master Ajay Choksi part of the new Living Archive of Learning Disability History.
Below is an image from Twitter the comment from Gustopher Jones said “Great opening….Fascinating and Important…”
Below, Access All Areas researchers led a workshop exploring the Madhouse My House Exhibition as part of Museums Wellbeing Week 2017.
Picture below shows members of Access All Areas crumpling up copies of the official Medical Certificate of Mabel Cooper from 1957, that labelled her an Imbecile, ready to throw in the bin that triggers the sound of the Asylum.
The picture below shows Mabel Coopers Medical Certificate from 1957.
Picture below Access All Areas lead session for Museum and Heritage professionals.
Picture below Access All Areas lead session for Museum and Heritage professionals, Harvey Waterman told us he remembered being given big brown pills patients were sedated.
Picture below shows Access All Areas presenting.
Picture below shows comments about the exhibition.
Picture below shows close up of exhibition comment, it says “The exhibition itself is wonderful. I think it is really important that it tours beyond Hackney- there are similar stories everywhere and the themes are relevant to all of us. Excellent ‘Residents’ team of presenters.”