The exhibition looks at the real WI, not just jam but campaigns for real change and the creation of close, supportive communities.
Curator Megan Dennis welcomed everyone with a speech about the exhibition and there was lots of Norfolk WI ladies present along with Breckland council chairman, Robert Kybird.
I designed graphics and labels for the exhibition and was really pleased to see how the project looked completed and with all the objects in place.
There was some good feedback on the WI themed wallpaper I'd designed too - 6m long design using the various WI logos throughout the years with a mock wooden panel wall. (see top pic)
First day of the season....
Other Graphics work at the museum...
I've also worked on the graphics for the World War One exhibition and the major new project Voices from the Workhouse. It's exciting times ahead for Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse with a redevelopment of museum displays.