The brief boils down to the following:
- To produce two digital artistic reflections of the outreach work that the People and Parliament: Connecting with Communities project produced (one based around the Norwich partnership and the other based around the Cardiff partnership) and to set it within the context of the Arts in Parliament programme by using a different and exciting means of interpretation and access medium.
- To demonstrate the role the Arts can play in the interpretation of the work of Parliament.
Project partners include Norfolk Record Office and Glamorgan Archives - the full brief is at www.parliament.uk/documents/parliamentary-archives/Connecting%20communities%20and%20Arts%20in%20Parliament%20Specification.pdf
(With thanks to @GlamArchives)
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