Charting the Mayflower

A blog written by volunteers on our latest intergenerational project exploring the history of the Mayflower voyage.

On Thursday the 6th of June, I took part in the intergenerational Charting the Mayflower workshop. We discussed the effect...
10 Jun 2019
Our exploration into the passengers on the Mayflower saw us setting out for our own new worlds last week. We...
10 Jun 2019
“Where shall we go? What country will have us?” In small clusters people are asked to choose a new home...
31 May 2019
Last Thursday evening, everyone on board the Mayflower project explored ‘Encounters and Influencers’, the moments we meet people and the...
09 Feb 2019
At this week’s Mayflower session, we explored lingering, unanswered questions and ideas the group has about how and why the...
09 Feb 2019
Cramped, weightless, swaying. I carried these words with me as I left the Mayflower session last Thursday and journeyed home....
09 Feb 2019
Over the past nine months since its inception, London Bubble’s intergenerational project Charting The Mayflower has been looking at the...
09 Feb 2019
The session on the 14th June commenced with a deep discussion in an attempt to draw ties between The Mayflower...
19 Jul 2018
This is my third week attending a workshop on the Charting the Mayflower project. My journey so far has been...
19 Jul 2018
Tonight was an interesting “voyage” for me, because it was my first practical workshop at Bubble (though I’ve been involved...
31 May 2018
I walked into the studio yesterday evening at 6.30 with a pocket sized understanding of the Mayflower, 2 hours later...
31 May 2018
Trying to imagine a ship, called the Mayflower, setting sail from the Rotherhithe shore of the River Thames was made...
31 May 2018

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