The Emancipation 1838 project, through the use of original source material, explores the lives of individuals and families just prior to and after Emancipation, showing the changes in everyday life, work, leisure and family organisation that were possible.
We developed a touring exhibition that included AV, large format graphic and a dynamic pop-up design that could be approached from multiple locations in any given venue. It was an integral part of the project that formed part of a series of community conferences, workshops, touring and static exhibitions, and Key Stage 2 learning resources. It has toured the Houses of Parliament, Marcus Garvey Library and the Royal Geographic Society.
Interpretation planning, exhibition design from concept until detail design, exhibit design, AV exhibits, graphic design, illustration, picture research.