‘Let’s stick together’ is a new Covid-safe arts project that will bring people together to produce art works using the process of collage to reflect on how the current situation is affecting our lives.
We’re all staying safe at home but we’re missing out on seeing family, friends and enjoying the activities we usually do to keep us happy. Older people in particular are suffering from isolation and lack of usual support activities.
Let’s stick together brings together visual artist Emily Tracy, writer Line Langebek and radio producer Sarah Cuddon from ‘Library of Change’, and will involve The Bromley By Bow Centre and The Rotherhithe Picture Library communities.
Weekly online sessions will result in a ‘Mail Art’ project, sending out 500 postcards that invite each recipient to ‘Please forward’. Each card will share jointly created images and link to short sound pieces in podcast format, recording the stories of the current time.
The project will start at the end of March, 2021.
If you would like to get involved in an art project which connects us through making collage and posting artwork to people you miss, contact Khadeja:
We are particularly looking for older participants but all are welcome.
Supported by The Arts Council.