Museum of Homelessness was founded in 2015 and is created and run by people with direct experience of homelessness. We do four things: we make tomorrow’s history by building the national collection for homelessness, we take direct practical action in support of the community, we fight injustice with our independent research and campaigning and we educate on homelessness by making unforgettable art, exhibitions, and events. Museum of Homelessness has a track record of developing creative work that creates economies of solidarity. We are internationally recognised for our entrepreneurial approach to museum making. Our organisation is resourceful, adaptable, comfortable with risk, and often pivots to create new solutions to challenges the community is facing.


Matt Turtle, he/him


Jess Turtle, she/her


Bekki Perriman, she/her

Community Coordinator

Harry Gay, he/they

Creative Project Manager