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Wednesday, 14 June 2017

The work of University of Chester Photography students is being showcased in an intergenerational exhibition at Storyhouse in Chester.

 

The exhibition, called ‘Keys to My Memory’, captures intimate dialogues between strangers of different generations. It features images of older people, alongside everyday objects with particular significance to their lives, and was produced for the Big Lottery funded project, Brightlife*.
In association with Storyhouse, Brightlife has organise...d a full day of taster activities for the over-50s between 10am and 6pm on Saturday, June 17. During the day, the students’ exhibition will feature in the Storyhouse lobby.

Full details of all the events can be found at: www.brightlifecheshire.org.uk

Dr Tracy Piper-Wright, Senior Lecturer in Photography at the University of Chester said:
"This has been a great way for the students to engage with the wider community in Chester and to use their creative skills in the real world.”

Please pop along and have a look!

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