Arts & Culture
Chairs, Stairs and Pickled Onions...
Published on 7th June 2017
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Inspire and Leicester PrintWorkshop artist Sue Rowland have worked with groups of Nottinghamshire people in Libraries and with young people in special schools to create a unique Nottinghamshire Myriorama. The series of printed artworks on display will form a landscape scene that can be rearranged endlessly to tell thousands of different stories about Nottinghamshire and its people - and the artworks have been reproduced as a set of Myriorama cards available to use in the exhibition.
What is a Myriorama?
A Myriorama, or ‘many thousand views’ is a picture made up of a number of different parts that can be rearranged to make lots of different scenes. Orginally referring to a set of illustrated cards for children in the 19th century, which could be arranged and re-arranged to make different pictures.
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