Date(s) - 25/08/2018 - 30/09/2018
12:00 am - 11:45 pm
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Open-air, free exhibition in Cathedral Square, Worcester. ‘Fields of Battle’ is a powerful and poignant photographic exhibition by international, award-winning photojournalist Michael St. Maur Sheil. The healing powers of time and nature are captured in stunning landscape images of the battlefields of the First World War, across the world, as they are today.
Now seen by more than 11 million people, Fields of Battle is now the most-viewed event of the 4-year centenary period. With a theme of Peace & Reconciliation, this major open-air exhibition seeks to introduce viewers of all ages to the events and issues of the First World War. More than 50 large-scale images and 22,000 words of text and fascinating facts captivate the viewer, and reveal the stories that lie beneath.
School Visits:groups may visit at any time without pre-booking as the exhibition is open 24/7. Accompanying educational resources are available in three age-groups (collection point: Tourist Information Office beside Worcester Guildhall).
Schools also have the option to visit Henry Sandon Hall at the new RPW development in Severn Street to view: The People’s Collection – WWW100’s collection of local people’s FWW materials and artefacts. A visit here will require pre-booking by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org