We’ve got a brand new exhibit at the Weyerhaeuser Museum and we want you to be a part of it. The exhibit is called “Saunter: On the Path of the Pedestrian” and it focuses on feet, legs, and perambulation. There are lots of great shoes in the exhibit, along with crutches, a polio leg brace, and a baby carriage.
Another portion of the “Saunter” exhibit is devoted to foot selfies. We’re interested in showing visitors how people dress their feet and legs today. That means we want to see your shoes, socks, casts, prosthetic legs, wheel chairs … whatever you use to saunter about.
We have a number of foot selfies already on exhibit, but we have more space to fill. If you visit the museum and want to be part of the exhibit, staff will photograph your feet and make a print.
If you’d rather, you can email a foot selfie to email@example.com and we’ll print the photo for our exhibit. We’re including only first names, the month and year on our photos, so unless you have very unique feet or legs, your identity is safe with us.
Come on in to the Weyerhaeuser Museum and see how we “Saunter.” The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday year-round, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.