Time Travel Tourist Information Exhibition Donate Your Story
12 Jan 201310 Feb 2013
The Horsebridge Centre will be transformed into a Time Travel Tourist Information Centre from 12th - 27th January 2013.
We would like to invite locals to donate their own memories to the exhibition. These can come in the shape of family photos, objects, pieces of creative writing, or your own stories documented on film.
We’d especially like to hear from you if you have relatives or knowledge related to local Oyster, fishing, diving & maritime trades, or memories of seaside adventures from the 1950’s to the present day.
With contributor’s permission, your stories will be exhibited in January 2013 as a ‘Memory Wall’ that will grow and spread throughout the Horsebridge Centre.
How to take part and donate your story:
Contact artist Alexis K Johnson by email to: email@example.com
Visit the Time Travel Tourist Information exhibition in January 2013 and bring your photographs, writing or memorabilia to add to the Memory Wall, and record your story in the diary room. All photographs will be returned after the exhibition.
Opening preview night Friday 11 January
Somerset Maugham Gallery
Gallery 3 and Throughout the Horsebridge Centre
Visitors will be taken on an entertaining adventure through Swalecliffe’s Neolithic age, Whitstable’s Oyster fishing and diving era, into the 1950’s & 60’s Herne Bay & Whitstable seaside.
Central to the exhibition will be people’s stories.
Artists / works in show by
AKarts’ Participatory Arts engages the public by inviting them to take part in ambitious creative adventures or experiences that are fun and participant led.
Artist Alexis K Johnson co-creates performance, visual or film-based art with the public and associate AKarts artists.
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