Join a community of collectors and help build a new online archive by submitting your found printed pottery fragments
Fragmentfound.com is a digital museum of lost, broken, unwanted and discarded artefacts, rediscovered centuries later in fields, on beaches, in rivers, etc. The archive connects people, places, craft, local heritage and the natural environment. The aim is to build a community which centres around collating, identifying and categorising mysterious pieces of history, which would otherwise remain undocumented.
The archive's growth relies on people submitting their own finds here. To do so, visit fragmentfound.com/submit Selected fragments will become part of a series of ceramic artworks called "Imaginary Artefacts" (more info on the website).
The project is led by Eva Jack (artist), alongside Becky Sparks (web designer) and Kevin Andrew Morris (ceramicist) with the assistance of Claire Blakey (curator at National Museums Scotland). The project is supported by Creative Scotland.
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