A Postcard Home - a collage workshop

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Abstract

WHAT DOES HOME MEAN TO YOU? Somewhere to hang your hat and practice your DIY? Is it a castle, a caravan, a secret hideaway or a dot on the map? Is it real or imagined? Somewhere or someone? Perhaps home for you is a memory, the place to which you long to return. Or is it just a convenient storage space for your peculiar hairbrush collection? Whatever ‘home’ means to you, we’d like to know about it. A POSTCARD HOME was a collage workshop held by Graham Rawle at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of their Friday Late – 'Home Sweet Home' evening. Using words or pictures cut or torn from the magazines provided, participants were invited to create a postcard collage of their idea of ‘home’. They could then take part in the ‘Home Exchange’ programme. By submitting their finished creation for display during the event and filling in a self-addressed envelope, the workshop later mailed them a randomly chosen original art postcard created by one of the other workshop contributors.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2009
EventA Postcard Home - Friday Late, Home Sweet Home - Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

Conference

ConferenceA Postcard Home - Friday Late, Home Sweet Home
Period1/01/09 → …

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Bibliographical note

http://grahamrawle.blogspot.co.uk/2009/01/victoria-and-albert-museum-workshop.html

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Rawle, G. (2009). A Postcard Home - a collage workshop. Abstract from A Postcard Home - Friday Late, Home Sweet Home, .
Rawle, Graham. / A Postcard Home - a collage workshop. Abstract from A Postcard Home - Friday Late, Home Sweet Home, .
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Rawle G. A Postcard Home - a collage workshop. 2009. Abstract from A Postcard Home - Friday Late, Home Sweet Home, .