Client: Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
Scope: Model and Interactive Maker
Enriching lives and inspiring learning is at the heart of The Amelia. The new Cultural & Learning Hub for Tunbridge Wells is now open!
The Amelia is named after Amelia Scott, a local campaigner for women’s rights during the suffragette movement and one of the town’s first women councillors. Scott was involved in the creation of the original museum and library in Tunbridge Wells.
The Amelia continues in the spirit of her work; creating greater public access for diverse audiences. The community is now able to come together through the collections, services and activities. Our work scope included a central model and a number of interactive and prop based displays.
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