UK & Programme Partner News: Museum of London, Tyne & Wear, Foundling

Three ITP-connected museums are about to open new exhibitions exploring our environment, both natural and man-made.

Flooded London c. Squint, Opera

Flooded London © Squint/Opera

Museum of London
London Visions
19 January – 15 April 2018
‘Artists, architects and designers re-envision London’, offering ‘virtual depictions about tomorrow’s possible worlds based on the challenges we face today.’

Kingfisher © Jackie Morris

Kingfisher © Jackie Morris

Foundling Museum
The Lost Words
19 January – 6 May 2018
‘The relationship between language and the living world is celebrated in this exhibition of poetry and illustration [which] explores the widening gulf between childhood and the natural world in the 21st century.’

Harriet Fraser and Rob Fraser, The Long View

The Long View © Harriet Fraser and Rob Fraser

The Great North Museum: Hancock (Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums)
The Long View
20 January – 4 March 2018
‘The exhibition highlights seven individual trees as representatives of trees across the country, and offers an invitation to pause and step, briefly, into tree time.’
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