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Constructed Geographies: No Place Like Home Anti-Valentines Happening
14 February 2019
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
No Place Like Home: a Constructed Geographies Anti-Valentines happening with Amy Zamarripa Solis.
12-5pm No Place Like Home drop in & workshops
Amy Zamarripa Solis is inviting members of the public to contribute to her No Place Like Home project about childhood home by bringing in photographs of home (childhood or present) & adding your memory or story to the project.
She will also run one-hour creative writing workshops at 2pm, 3pm & 4pm to help people explore themes that feature in her project, including childhood home and loss.
Your photos & story/memory contribution will be linked on a physical world map in the gallery and a digital map on the No Place Like Home website.
Free entry to drop in & to take part in project | £5 per writing workshop or by donation | Book a space online or just turn up & pay/donate on door.
Free cupcakes & love hearts, drinks by donation (suggested £3.50 for wine/beer & £1 for soft drinks).
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