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Visit / Exhibitions / Voices of Experience - Mementos of Working Life

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Voices of Experience - Mementos of Working Life 08 Jun 2019 – 31 Aug
Gallery One

Exhibition highlighting women that worked within the differing built environment disciplines during mid-20th Century

Jude Barber, Suzanne Ewing, Nicola McLachlan

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An exhibition and daytime event within the Lighthouse Centre of Design and Architecture that shares insight and experience from women who worked within the built environment during the mid-20th Century.

This exhibition is focused around a series of artefacts or mementos - gifted by eight previous participants from the wider Voices of Experience project. The objects from their working life are accompanied by text and sound clips to provide context and deeper understanding of the objects and their significance.

To accompany the exhibition the Voices of Experience team will host an informal afternoon tea which brings some of the exhibition participants together in conversation to discuss their selected artefact and its significance. They will be invited to ask one another questions and invite contributions from those attending.

The exhibition, and associated daytime event, seek to shine a light on women's work and influence within the built environment.


Part of the Architecture Fringe 2019. View the full programme here.

 
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