Maternity Tales: Listening to Birth Spaces Past and Present

@ Laing Art Gallery

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25 November 2016

10.30-12pm, 2-4pm

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As part of the broader programme around the Rosie Morris: Circles are Slices of Spheres exhibition, which considers our human experience of space, the Laing will host ‘The Maternity Tales Listening Booth’. This is an interactive installation designed by architectural historian Emma Cheatle. This event is part of Being Human: A Festival of the Humanities.

For more details, please visit http://www.ncl.ac.uk/apl/events/being-human/maternity-tales/

Venue
Laing Art Gallery
New Bridge Street
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8AG

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