Brian’s original stereo cards will be on show this September. Also opportunities to see the “One Night In Hell” short film.
At Tate Britain, London,
The Foundling Museum,40 Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AZ
The London Stereoscopic Company are taking part in the exhibition The Fallen Woman that opens on September 25th at the Foundling Museum in London. Five stereo cards from Brian May’s collection will be exhibited alongside paintings and artefacts illustrating the myth and the reality of the ‘fallen woman’ in Victorian Britain. The soundtrack is another extract from Brian May’s music for the movie ‘Furia’.
VICTORIAN STEREOSCOPES – 30 Oct 2015
Drop-in activity from 10:30-12:00, 13:00-14:30, 15:00 – 16:30
Free for children and up to two adults. Suitable for ages 7 and up.
Led by artist Isobel Manning, explore the use of Victorian stereoscopes. Photograph your own stereographic images inspired by the exhibition The Fallen Woman and create a stereoscope to view your images in 3-D.
and La Halle Saint-Pierre, : 2 Rue Ronsard, 75018 Paris, France
Original stereocards from Brian May’s collection will be in three different exhibitions and will be visible in 3-D thanks to some Owl viewers, designed by Dr. May himself and recently patented.
Cambridge Film Festival, Cambridge.
See PRESS RELEASE
Also Halloween Horror Nights, in Hollywood
See PRESS RELEASE – 17 Sep 2015