Liverpool pupils help launch rainbow-bright Eye for Colour exhibition

Liverpool World Museum is set for a colourful few months as the Eye for Colour exhibition returns to the city for its 10th anniversary. Opening on 22 January, the hands-on exhibits and interactive displays explore the “endless ways in which colour shapes our world”.

We joined pupils from Holy Cross Catholic Primary School who were given an exclusive sneak preview ahead of the official opening. The exhibition will remain open to the public until 4 September 2016

The free exhibition encourages visitors to understand the science of colour, with displays to amaze and engage all the family. Visitors can spend time in the Mood Room where you can experience the effect colour can have on the way you feel, learn how the human eye interprets colour, dress up in camouflage or even build a rainbow in the exhibition which encourages understanding the science of colour.

Director or World Museum, Steve Judd, says: “In the past decade, Eye for Colour has been seen by more than a million people across Europe and we are over the moon – or should I say over the rainbow – that it’s returning to the World Museum. It’s the perfect exhibition to bring the kids to, allowing them to have fun and learn – and it’s free for the whole family.”


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