Exhibition: A Child of the 60’s

This exhibition is a collaborative piece of work by Lea Taylor and a collection of artists using memories of childhood and the stories they evoke.

Exhibition: A Child of the 60’s

About Exhibition: A Child of the 60’s

A collaborative piece of work by storyteller/author Lea Taylor and a collection of artists using memories of childhood and the stories they evoke.

Memories are powerful and subjective, as each of us possess a different and unique experience. Add to this a child’s eye view and a kaleidoscope of pictures will transport us back to a time long past but not forgotten.

The artists hope that the work triggers something of your own reminiscences.

Exhibition runs from Wed 20 Feb – Sat 16 Mar.

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