JERSEY HERITAGE – BERGERAC’S ISLAND (JERSEY IN THE 1980’S EXHIBITION)
One of the most enjoyable projects we’ve ever had the pleasure of working on was the Jersey Heritage exhibition at the Jersey Museum: Bergerac’s Island – Jersey in the 1980s.
Following the success of our past exhibitions with Jersey Heritage – Diana, and The Voices of the Great War – we immediately pitched ourselves for the contract to design and build this new exhibition. The whole team came together to prepare our concept and organise our ideas. Happily, we won the contract based on our previous experience with exhibition work.CONTACT US
THE EXCITEMENT OF THE 80s
The project took a few months to complete, with us all flat out and (for those of us old enough to remember), full of fun as we reminisced about our own experiences during this colourful period. Through this journey, we were reminded of both the highs and the lows, the fear and the excitement that filled the 80s.CONTACT US
FULLY IMMERSIVE EXHIBITION
Often referred to as the decade that fashion forgot, we’ve made the exhibition immersive, overwhelming, big and brash – everything that the 80s exuded. We showed the differences and the similarities between then and now, and of course, Bergerac took centre stage in this exhibition.CONTACT US
FROM BERGERAC TO THE THREAT OF NUCLEAR WAR
We were telling the story of the 80s and it is certainly not only the joys and crazyness that the exhibition highlighted. From Jim Bergerac to the conflicts of the time, and from the music and fashion to the fear of AIDs, famine and nuclear war. The exhibition also tackled some of the more serious issues and reflected the moods of the people and the time.CONTACT US
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