Dreamland Heritage Trust launches new exhibition with works by students – The Isle Of Thanet News
The Dreamland Heritage Trust launches its first post-lockdown exhibition.
Dreamsenses launches tomorrow (July 22) at Dreamland Margate and is a sensory exploration of 100 years of Dreamland and the Scenic Railway. The exhibition is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
It features artwork by creative industries students from the Canterbury School of Visual Arts at Canterbury College and EKC Broadstairs, who have worked in conjunction with the Dreamland Heritage Trust to create designs based on history and culture. heritage of the park.
Join the Dreamland Heritage Trust for the launch day event between 11am and 6pm for a host of opening day activities, including history lectures and children’s competitions. The Trust has also partnered with Margate’s ‘Cookie Man’ who designed a special edition of the ‘Dreamland’ cookie and visitors will have the chance to meet him and sample the cookies on the day.
Lucy Jones, Chair of the Dreamland Heritage Trust, said: “We are really excited to launch our fantastic DreamSenses summer exhibition and it’s great that this year’s exhibition is taking place in Dreamland’s new exhibition space, allowing the Dreamland Heritage Trust’s have a visible presence in the park.
“We look forward to welcoming visitors to our exhibit and sincerely hope that as many people as possible will join us to share their memories and relive Dreamland’s heyday past.”
The DreamSenses Summer Exhibit is located in Dreamland’s main lobby and will be open until Sunday, September 4 and is open during park hours. Admission to the exhibition is free.