Image of a long gallery witha glass display case along the right hand wall and a group of people crowded around a display in the centre. © DHG

Community Gallery, Museum of Childhood

What is so good about the community gallery at the Museum of Childhood is that it is not called the ‘community gallery’ hence not ghettoising the work as different to the rest of the Museum.  You can also find community output, display and events dispersed throughout the Museum.  This space houses the output of workshops as well as professional and co-produced work and it can be hard to tell the difference. I love that it this is the first thing visitors see when they enter the Museum.

 

Image of looking right down a gallery space with images ont he wall and people looking at them. •	© DHG

Image of pagoda style structure with small pieces of art work on and beside it. •	© DHG

Posted by Tracy-Ann from DHG

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