Project Description

Project Summary

Launched in 2017, Whittingham Lives was a two-year multi-faceted arts and heritage project aimed at researching, exploring and critically reviewing the history, culture and legacy of Whittingham Asylum in Preston from its opening in 1873, closure in the mid 1990s through to its demolition in 2016. Reflecting on the past within the present, the central aim was to provoke critical thinking and public debate about mental health in society.

With five creative strands – heritage; musical; visual; literary and digital – the overall aim of the project was to examine and preserve a comprehensive record of the social and cultural history and heritage of Whittingham Asylum.

thePDF are now put in the project online for posterity and making sure that this interesting archive is reimagined for the web.

SKILLS

Website Design
HTML/CSS Development
Interactive Media

CATEGORIES

Website Development

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