The Living Memory Project Exhibition
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Showing: 18/09/2020 to 03/10/2020
The Living Memory Project exhibition will feature a unique selection of photographs and life stories shared by participants from across the Black Country over the last 3 years.
The Living Memory Project are delighted to include a special showcase of images from the Ned Williams’ archive. Ned has spent over 50 years writing about and celebrating many of the local individuals, communities and the aspects of the rich heritage that makes our region so special.
The exhibition will also feature the premiere of artist Harmeet Chagger-Khan’s newly-commission interactive work The Unnamed City produced as part of her residency at NAC earlier this year and includes contributions from the group Women of Wolverhampton.
Exhibition runs from Friday 18th September and closes on Saturday 3rd October – 11am till 4pm (Please note 3pm close on Sundays).
We have put a number of COVID 19 safety measures in place to ensure you enjoy your experience whilst staying safe at NAC, including a one way system, socially distancing, comprehensive hygiene and track and track procedures.
Event Start: 11am
Event Finish: 4pm (3pm on Sundays)