Alternative Ulster: Social Lives and Street Styles
Published: 29 July 2011
Alternative Ulster, an exhibition launching in November 2011, will look at how local music, the alternative scene, fashion and culture developed from the heady days of 1966.
The exhibition will look at how culture survived and even thrived during four decades of intense social and civic dislocation, strife and danger.
This will be a new experience at the Ulster Museum.
Not only will we use a rich mixture of artefacts, graphics and a range of interactive features, we will also rely heavily on individual memories and mementoes to create a vibrant, colourful and evocative visitor experience.
It is for the latter aspect that we will need your support!
- Do you have stories about your own social lives and street styles during the period 1966-2000?
- Maybe you have items such as tickets, records and tee-shirts which could help to tell these stories?
- Or perhaps you have some photographs that capture those moments from your past?
If so check out our Facebook Page to share your memories.
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