During half term Inspired by the Subway held the first of 2 art workshops in the subway with local young people.
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Inspired by the Subway
our oral history project aimed at recording how the subway has changed over the years and what it means to local people - is going from strength to strength. Archive research has revealed a proposal in 1977 by the London Air Museum to house their collection of relics in the subway. Further research traced Tony Graves the former owner of the museum who now lives in France.
Tony recently came to the Upper Norwood Library to record an interview for the project.
The subway is proving to be an inspiration for local artists and photographers whose creations show the space as we’ve never seen it before. read more
Click here to have a look at some of the pictures that have been shared with the Inspired by the Subway project
photo Sue Nagle
photo The Norwood Society
Volunteers at the ‘Inspired by the Subway’ project would love to hear from you if you have any memories of the subway that you would like to share.
We are trained in oral history interviewing and recording.
We are collecting memories for an exhibition in September 2014 and all materials will professionally archived.
Find out more here
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Subway Art Workshop
London Air Museum
Creative Crystal Palace
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