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The Giant Dolls' House is a collaborative arts project that engages participants by making a dolls' house in a shoebox. These are collated onto a canvas and into a miniature community. Anyone can participate. The project emphasises the need for a home and a place in society for all, whilst encouraging people to realise their ideas through craft and making.
The Giant Dolls' house community is growing with dolls' house installations in Dubai, North Carolina, London and Bournemouth.
Installation in Edenton North Carolina, October 2017.
6 - 8pm, Tuesday June 16th
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Ticketed event - proceeds go to housing and homelessness charity, Shelter.
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Installation at theJamJarDubai with students from AUD Dubai. With prof. Julia Townsend. January 2017
Past installations: thejamjardubai; Shelter HQ (part of LFA15, with Artescape); Maestro Arts Gallery (part of LFA16); #critical values; Wimbledon Common Windmill; 80 The Gallery; TESTBED01 (with Artescape); Bournemouth University of the Arts; American University Dubai; AUL Chelsea.
The project is the result of the ongoing research in home and miniature of Catja de Haas.