An intercultural WW1 project between young people based in the North East of England and international locations
Marking the Centenary of the First World War, this mail art project for young people (aged 11-25 years) aims to create cross-cultural dialogue and exchange through research and visual art. Theresa Easton, the North East of England Project Manager and Visual Artist, will be working with young people in her region. The young people will develop creative skills which will be used to make Mail Art which interprets their understanding of WW1 heritage in relation to project themes including:
Women & the War
If you work with young people and are interested in developing a project with young people in the UK please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or check out http://theresaeaston.wordpress.com for information about book art projects.
If you would like to contribute your own Mail Art ideas please post your work to:
Ouseburn Warehouse Studios & Workshops
36 Lime Street
NE1 2PQ UK
Deadline for expression of interest: on-going.
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2015
The answer is no - its fascinating looking on the web and seeing what kind of work is being made out there in response to the commemoration of WW1.I am receiving work from various locations around the world and have identified an excellent heritage…Continue