Cross-generational collaboration

We often receive emails from readers sharing stories of how the BIG pages land in their lounge rooms and where the inspirations, prompts and provocations take them. We recently heard from Raina who told us about the fabulous game Threefold her daughter Scarlet, age 4 and a  half, played with her visiting grandparents. Very similar to Exquisite Corpse which was invented by surrealists in the 1920’s and a version contributed by the fabulous Marcie. J. Bronstein to Issue 3 – Game On! Scarlet and her grown collaborators drew hundreds of characters together by each creating a third of the figure without being able to see what had been previously drawn. As you can see Scarlet LOVES to draw and is planning on sending us a contribution for  Issue 6. We will be posting a Call Out for CONTRIBUTIONS TO ISSUE 6 this week so if you are not on our mailing list sign up HERE!

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By Scarlet, age 4 and a half, and her grandparents

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on Feb 10, 2014

1 Comment

  • by Christine

    02.102014
    5:16pm

    Wonderful – I love the drawings! Besides, Scarlet is my granddaughter too.

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