(Re)Purposed Communities: Law, History and Heritage in Devonport Exploring historical and contemporary Crime and Everyday Offending in Devonport
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Transmedia exhibition accompanied by a number of public engagement events around the theme of Devonport's Crime heritage and how heritage can repurpose historical communities, specifically their struggles and successes with crime, to engage and inform contemporary communities in an enlightening dialogue around contemporary social problems.The exhibition comprises info-board, audio-visual and object exhibits, which will take the visitor on an historical and contemporary journey through Crime and Everyday Offending in Devonport. Information-led narrative encourages the user to reflect upon problems faced by their current community alongside the community of Devonport in the late 19th century.
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