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Postcards from Beyond

This summer at Siren Festival and FolkEast I trialled a new idea: Postcards from Beyond. I was really inspired by what people wrote...

Postcards from Beyond invites us all to imagine the future in a time beyond the Oil Age, when we will be living more sustainably without our current dependence on fossil fuels. Through our postcards - from our imaginary future selves back to ourselves now - we can help build a picture of how good that life could be. If we can imagine what this future will be like, perhaps everyone will more see clearly what changes we need to make sure we get there!

What would you tell Oil Age people about what your future life is like? If you would like to write postcards with your family, friends or at your workplace, please get in touch. And do keep an eye on the Postcards from Beyond webpage to see what's new...

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Gettting ready for 2020

My roaming horsebox gallery is in need of some repair! We hope we'll be giving it the care in needs over the winter so we'll be ready to go next summer. Watch out for news here of where the Museum of Beyond will pop up in 2020. In the meantime if you're interested in offering some help in getting my horsebox on the road (and field) again, do drop me a line .

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