Postcards from Culter is one of three UEP projects taking place as part the AHRC Connected Communities Festival 2015.
It is a community photography project exploring how place, participation and culture are intertwined in Culter, a village on the edge of Aberdeen. A series of photography workshops and sensory interventions will result in the creation of postcards series exploring the community’s sense of place.
Between June 12th and June 24th the local community and visitors to Culter are invited to contribute their postcards to the project in person at Culter Village Hall or through this website. Ten winning postcards chosen by the community will be announced at a celebration event on Wednesday 24th June, and will be printed and sold in aid of village causes.
After the final celebration event this website will transition into a community website for Culter.
This project is co-produced by researchers from the Understanding Everyday Participation: Articulating Social Values (UEP) project and community partner institutions including Culter Mills Social Club, Culter Village Hall and Culter Heritage Centre. It is part of the AHRC Connected Communities Festival 2015 and is funded by the AHRC and Creative Scotland.