A pity that I couldn’t be there at the workshop in person. But as noted I gave a meddlesome contribution in form of some wacky drift bottles I sent to Nottingham. With two of them I also did my very best to keep the tale of the Official Uncorker of Ocean Bottles alive, – better a good story than dry history! Thank you for taking them with you to the evening, dear Hilke, and also for your report!
Set up at The Carousel in Nottingham
Last Tuesday, on the evening of the 23rd of July, I hosted my first truly public event ever: Art in Bottles, a workshop and discussion evening about messages in bottles. As a reader of this blog, you’ll know that I prepared a bunch of bottles for it, and Peter S. and Wolf Schindler both sent bottles for me to exhibit, show off and talk about on the evening. So I had 18 bottles to show that evening.
We started off with a round of questions: Is it legal? What about the environmental aspect? How to make a good message in a bottle? What to you write on the letter? Who finds it?
Once that was more or less answered, we all set to work. I brought a variety of materials and tools to make messages in bottles, but several had also brought bottles…
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