The People’s Museum

Last Wednesday, Stav and I headed over to Crowthorne to check out Jon Lockhart’s project, The People’s Museum.

In a small community hall, we drew items we had selected from our own collections to submit to the museum.

I took the blue and white dotty-handled ladle that Caro sent me for my birthday a few years ago, and I also decided to submit my knitting to the temporary museum.

We had a happy afternoon drawing our objects and thinking about what they meant to us.

Lucikly, we only had to leave drawings in the museum, and not the actual objects themselves. I would feel very lost without my ladle (for soup) and my knitting (a large sweater) in this miserable weather. What would you have put in the people’s museum?

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