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Design students delve into cinema history for new Grantham Museum exhibition

Talented graphic design students have been working with Grantham Museum to create the artwork for their latest exhibition.

The museum’s newest exhibition, which celebrates the history of cinema in Grantham, opened earlier this month and will be open to the public until April 2019.

The Level 3 students from Grantham College worked with museum exhibitions director Christine Robbins on the artwork.

A college spokesman said: “They have worked on museum exhibitions previously which has been great for them as a taste into life as a graphic designer working with a client.

“The exhibition explains the history of cinema and film in Grantham and talks about the plans for the future including the new cinema.

“It features real memories from residents of Grantham and exhibits from a by gone age.”

For more information, visit: www.granthammuseum.org.uk

Graphic Deisgn students at Grantham College. (6006371)
Graphic Deisgn students at Grantham College. (6006371)


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