TV Classics: Part 1
Take a trip down memory lane in an exhibition that celebrates the culture & history of television through the decades.
About TV Classics: Part 1
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This exhibition celebrates the culture and history of television throughout the decades, with each painting marking an era, a style and a TV programme. Originally commissioned by Unlimited, it is a celebration of learning disability culture by multi-talented artist Cameron Morgan.
Cameron Morgan is a multi-talented and prolific artist who has worked with Project Ability, as part of their Aspire programme, since 1991. Special thanks to artist Jason Davies for acting as Morgan’s mentor and assistant during this project.
You can visit this exhibition whenever we're open (with occasional exceptions for private events - please check with Box Office before you visit).
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