THE LITTLE WHITE HOUSE PROJECT:
DWELL IN POSSIBILITY

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The mission of The Little White House Project: Dwell in Possibility is to:

  1. Create artwork to reinvent and compliment the landscape of two historical sites

  2. Showcase Emily Dickinson’s quotes and share her profound view of the world

  3. Demonstrate green building materials and minimal waste using Forest Stewardship Counsel (FSC) approved materials to build the small houses and then use the panels in the construction of a house in partnership with Pioneer Valley Habitat for Humanity to sell or use for construction of a home


The combination of these themes creates an exhibit that interacts with the surroundings and provide viewers with something to enjoy and think about. The exhibits are built within the community and then used to contribute permanently to the community.


In October 2011, The Little White House Project installed over 40 white houses across the campus of Deerfield Academy, a preparatory school located in the colonial village of Deerfield, Massachusetts.


From May 12 - June 30, 2012 the installation was shown on the grounds of the Emily Dickinson Museum and other locations along Main Street in Amherst, Massachusetts.


The Little White House Project was exhibited at Hampshire College from October 7 - November 11, 2012 as part of the Amherst Biennial.


    
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ART HOUSESArt_Houses.html
 QUOTESQuotes.html