Voices of ’68: travelling exhibition
An interactive, travelling exhibition featuring filmed testimonies of 30 political activists, historians and civilians who
The Voices of ’68 exhibition, encourages a fresh look at this crucial turning point in Northern Ireland’s political and social
The exhibition is one part of a collaborative project between National Museums NI and Dr Chris Reynolds from Nottingham
Karen Logan, Project Curator at National Museums NI comments - “Voices of ’68 has been a significant collaboration
“We hope that the exhibitions and talks throughout the exhibition will encourage conversations around the wider issues of
Dr Chris Reynolds of Nottingham Trent University states - “It has been a privilege to work with National Museums NI on
“The exhibition offers a snapshot of the people who were involved in or witnessed social and political events across
- The travelling exhibition uses Augmented Reality to enhance its mobility and provides an immersive, interactive
experience for the visitor.
- The travelling exhibition is accompanied by a digital version that can be downloaded here that enables visitors to
explore the material before and after a visit.
1. GCSE materials
A bespoke set of GCSE educational resources that are available online and provide a whole series of activities for before,
A series of extended videos that allow visitors to further explore the current section of the Ulster Museum’s gallery that
Media contact: Chris Reynolds (email@example.com) - 07971131158
There are two travelling versions of this exhibition that have been to numerous destinations with more to come.
There will be a public lecture to accompany this exhibition on Monday 2nd March at 3pm in Pathfoot A96