A Picture The Word exhibition consists of about 10 exhibits and the viewer has to match a word from the list they are given with each exhibit.
To match the words to the exhibits, they have to give a new meaning to each of the words on the list.
As an example, if one exhibit was a mountaineer’s hatchet and the word “climax” was in the list, they’d have a match!
To decipher which exhibit matches which word, it helps to pronounce the word in different ways or even break it up into a couple of words.
In the example above, “climax becomes “climb axe”.
You will see how this works in the four examples above.
So far Allan has developed two exhibitions but he's always getting new ideas!