Being stuck at home is a great opportunity for some digital collaboration, and we thought it would be fun to launch a digital Twitter Museum of the Home Worker (you don’t have to be working to participate).
This is your chance to share the story of an object you have in your home that can tell a story about what it is to be a human being. Whether that is historic or contemporary item, a book, a letter, a commemorative plate, your grandmother’s frying pan, the last love letter from your ex, or a set of not-yet-archived archaeological finds (for shame) share a picture using the hashtag #MuseumOfTheHomeWorker and add a two or three thread Twitter story to tell us about the object – as you would see in a museum exhibit.
Obviously, only share things that are suitable for all ages, don’t accidentally doxx yourself, and make sure you have permission for anything that might be subject to copyright.
If you have any questions, feel free to also use the contact page or tweet @LornaRichardson or @James_Dixon