Maybe ( ) Together

Dear Hope Street

Spreading hope across the globe one postcard at time…

Using Google Street View children look up a Hope Street somewhere in the world and write a postcard to the residents.

Part drawing, part writing and part imagining life in other places, the postcard becomes a modern-day message in a bottle – with each card being photographed and placed online before being posted.

Over 700 postcards have been sent so far, and hundreds of responses have been received from all across the world.

This live artwork sits in the blurry gap between what is private and public information, and what is connection and community. In this workshop we create a platform for children’s voices to be heard and encourage discussion about the cyber world and social interaction.

Read more about this project and see the amazing postcards and responses received so far at: http://dearhopestreet.com/

FOR: Children aged 7 and up. Suitable for children’s festivals and one-off workshops.
CAPACITY: dependent on ipad/computer/iphone access & volunteers. Suits drop-in workshop.

Concept, facilitation & design: Alex Desebrock
Assistants Facilitator : Phia Larsen

This work has been presented at Awesome Festival, Sydney Festival & Come Out Festival.

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