STAY-AT-HOME ACTIVITIES | From Our Files With The Family

Explore projects from our archives through two series of conversation starters and DIY experiments. Our series for families introduces projects which help us imagine new ways of being together and being at home during this period of physical distancing, with activities to try and questions to ask each other. Our series for the general public brings together projects from our archives which have explored various kinds of intimate ecologies, and prompts reflection and conversation to nourish our collective imagination.

Like Deanna Bowen does in A Harlem Nocturne, map memories of your ancestors

Like Deanna Bowen does in A Harlem Nocturne, imagine memories of your ancestors

Like Deanna Bowen does in A Harlem Nocturne, collect memories of your ancestors

Capture d'écran de X cosmos X, Olivia McGilchrist, 2020.

With Olivia McGilchrist’s X-cosmox-X as inspiration, connect to your body and to the landscapes around you.

Capture d'écran de l'exposition en ligne Quelques ellipses.

Using the Black Quantum Futurism Collective’s project Black Womxn Temporal Portal as a guide, explore your history and gather records of it to carry with you into the future.

In the spirit of Sarah Chouinard-Poirier’s project indexE, learn and share information about female, trans, non-binary and queer authors.

Inspired by Anne Goldenberg’s Hardware Stories, discover more about the digital objects we use every day and how they can be reused and adapted.

Learn about Julie Faubert’s unusual dinners in the park, and try out some long-distance ways of sharing everyday life with friends and family.

Inspired by Coral Short's ASMR and nature workshop Floral Sleep, explore the sounds made by objects you have at home.