The Neighborhood Postcard Project is an art initiative to encourage playful, spontaneous community connections through simple handmade postcards. The postcards are sent to random mailing addresses, a collection of positive messages and inspiration to build sense of community.
The Postcard project was originally introduced by artist Hunter Franks. Franks, an artist and founder of the Neighborhood Postcard Project uses people as his medium to break down barriers and make neighborhoods more neighborly. It’s simple, really. He invites people to come together and they create amateur art to encourage connections among people in communities.
The project is an initiative of Arts for Hearts Clarksville, a program under the Arts and Heritage Development Council. www.artsforheartsclarksville.org.