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Fun of the Festival caught on camera

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The vibrancy of the inaugural Great Exhibition Road Festival has been captured on camera by a team of videographers.

The free public event, which was held in the last weekend of June, was a big hit with tens of thousands of visitors as they engaged with culture, science and creativity from more than 20 institutions in South Kensington and beyond.

A team of videographers was out and about through the whole weekend, capturing the sights and sounds of the Festival, and to speak with visitors to hear what they enjoyed most about the major event. Watch above to see it all.

(Video credit: Martin Sayers)

Liam’s video diary

In addition to the video team, Imperial Science Media Production MSc student Liam Duan headed out with his camera to experience the main hub of activity around Exhibition Road.

Here’s what he got up to:

Exploring the extraordinary: About ExRdFest

The Great Exhibition Road Festival featured three days of workshops, talks, interactive exhibitions and performances spread across museums, galleries, learned societies and a university campus.

To find out more visit the Festival website or hop on to social media and search the hashtag #ExRdFest.

The Great Exhibition Road Festival will return next year from the 3-5 July.

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Andrew Youngson

Andrew Youngson
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