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CLIP 12601

Public art and perspective in Blackpool

Public art and perspective in Blackpool
Key Info
  • Public art and perspective in Blackpool
  • Duration: 04:40
  • Old and young people have different memories about Blackpool and what the town, including its art, means to them. Archive footage shows what Blackpool used to look like and art installations from around the town are featured including 'The Frankenstein Project' by Tony Stallard, 'They Shoot Horses Don't They?' by Michael Trainor and 'Glam Rocks' by Peter Freeman.
  • Subject:

    Art and Design


    Public Art

  • Keywords: art, Frankenstein, glam, rock, sea, generation, town, creation, memory, history
Ideas for use in class
  • Ask the children to create their own art piece, inspired by their favourite town.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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