Exploring Senses retrospective photographic and 3D printed Toy Hack exhibition_Jubilee Library_Brighton Digital Festival Educational Commission 2015

Jubilee library in Brighton is an amazing place, its more than just a place where you can learn and share knowledge, it feels more like a community station, a place where daily library commuters come and go, taking time to enjoy to enjoy the facilities on offer. Lets face it finding a place where you can work that has free wifi, coffee and sandwiches at a reasonable price is pretty rare, but the library offers even more, its a community hub catering to all walks of life, definitely more than just books!

We had great feedback from Jubilee library staff and visitors who loved these photographs celebrating a retrospective of Exploring Senses activities since 2011.

The photographs exhibited were taken by Exploring Senses artists David Arnold and David Allistone, enjoy:

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