The exhibition entitled Signs & Symbols: Decoding Mediaeval & Renaissance Iconography explores the meanings behind the symbols and visual cues found in mediaeval and Renaissance manuscripts.
More than twenty manuscripts from the thirteenth to sixteenth century are on display, drawn from the Alfred and Isabel Reed Collection; the second largest collection of such manuscripts held by a New Zealand institution.
This is the twentieth exhibition at the Reed Gallery and the first to be made available online – understandably we’re all quite excited about this.
It took several months to complete the process of taking a concept design to then cutting the final version in to the CMS and populating it with content.
I have enjoyed working on the project and learnt a lot along the way.
If you have any feedback on what we could do to tweak / improve the site for future exhibitions please let me know.