JQTH Launch Slow Looking Trail!

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The Jewellery Quarter Townscape Heritage Project (JQTH) has launched a brand new self-guided trail.

Focusing on six buildings within the JQTH area of historical importance, the trail encourages visitors to slow down and take the time to look at these remarkable buildings and notice the smaller details often overlooked in a hasty glance. The buildings on the route include Alabaster & Wilson, Victoria Works, New Standard Works, School of Jewellery, 16 Regent Place, and 62 – 64 Albion Street.

Slow looking is an approached used in museums and art galleries where people are encouraged to slow down and look at pieces more closely, paying attention to the small details without rushing. Exploring architectural heritage using the same techniques can lead to brand new discoveries and insights.

Download the trail for free from the JQTH website.

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