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TITLE
Re-Collecting Home - audio clips 2
EXTERNAL ID
HLH_IMAG_RECOLLECTING_HOME_AUDIOS_02
DATE OF RECORDING
October 2012
PERIOD
2010s
CREATOR
Roslyn Urquhart
SOURCE
IMAG/Highland Hospice
ASSET ID
2458
KEYWORDS
social history
reminiscences

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In this series of clips, Roslyn Urquhart talks about her memories of electric light switches, sink bathing and listening with mother.


These recordings were made during a series of workshops held at Inverness Museum during October 2012. Patients, volunteers and members of staff from Highland Hospice developed and curated an exhibition around the theme of "home".

The project brought together people's memories, life experiences, insights and creative responses together with items from the collections at Inverness Museum and the Highland Photographic Archive, most of which had never been displayed before, to create a unique exhibition.

Click here to go to the start of the exhibition.

The exhibition was part of Luminate: Scotland's Creative Ageing Festival.

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Re-Collecting Home - audio clips 2

2010s

social history; reminiscences

IMAG/Highland Hospice

Re-Collecting Home Exhibition, October 2012

In this series of clips, Roslyn Urquhart talks about her memories of electric light switches, sink bathing and listening with mother.<br /> <br /> <br /> These recordings were made during a series of workshops held at Inverness Museum during October 2012. Patients, volunteers and members of staff from Highland Hospice developed and curated an exhibition around the theme of "home".<br /> <br /> The project brought together people's memories, life experiences, insights and creative responses together with items from the collections at Inverness Museum and the Highland Photographic Archive, most of which had never been displayed before, to create a unique exhibition.<br /> <br /> Click <a href=http://www.ambaile.org.uk/en/search/data?type_id=3&field,DC_RELATION,substring,string=Re-Collecting+Home+Exhibition+%28audios%29%2C+October+2012>here</a> to go to the start of the exhibition.<br /> <br /> The exhibition was part of Luminate: Scotland's Creative Ageing Festival.</i>