London Transport Museum
Young consultants inspire Mind the Map exhibition is an interesting look at personal journeys made through London. Visit the exhibition and map your journey
About the exhibition
The Museum’s current poster parade display was curated and installed by Young Consultants, with input from young people in both the UK and Spain.
The exhibition forms part of the Museum’s Stories of the World Cultural Olympiad programme for 2012.
The poster parade is part of the Museum’s ‘Mind the Map' exhibition, which features an incredible variety of maps, from those that help you get from A to B through to decorative maps, maps as publicity along with some amazing contemporary artworks that explore notions of ‘personal mapping’ and ‘journeys’. The poster display invites you to consider what a map is and can be and explores the many creative approaches to mapping London, its transport system and passengers’ journeys.
How long is it on for?
The exhibition will be on until 28 October 2012
How do I get there?
The exhibition is at the London Transport Museum in Convent Garden. See map for details.
Is there a cost?
Under 16s are free. There is a concession charge of £10 for students 16 and over. This ticket is valid for a year.
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