lost girlfriend

lost and found-lost girlfriend

twenty-nine year old female with strawberry brown hair and gracious eyes. last seen on august 8th, in celebration outside the city-park bar drinking brandy with other artist types. please respond with any information as to her whereabouts!

-anonymous male

view details about the adventureclubinteractive lost and found assignment


prose on exchange. adventureclub and adventureclubinteractive.

photo exchange 4.11

exchanging assignments.

do you ever wonder what is the point of following along with all the daily prompts, weekly challenges or adventureclubinteractive assignments anyway? what is there to have and to hold at the end of uploading, editing, and posting all the pictures and the writing, all the imagination and creation? this week, adventureclubviral and theStephALA have sealed and stamped a few of their pictures and a couple of their pages and sent them off to one another instead of posting them online. how refreshing is it to be able to send and receive, to share and compare- real evidence of hard work.

exchange is the essence of this site.
the origins of adventureclub and the evolution of adventureclubinteractive.  

adventureclubinteractive is like a child that grew up and got married. once upon a time it was merely, adventureclub. it adopted its surname, interactive, when it became- for better or for worse- bound in commitment to the service of another. a spouse that is a website with a domain name. a spouse not conveniently met in person. a spouse that demands adventureclub use the keyboard and not pen and paper. a spouse that prefers digital photos instead of printed ones.

things change when you get married. adventureclub has learned to adapt to a life with spouse interactive. but adventureclub was something of its own before the union. before it joined wordpress and the world wide web. more than a site, more than a blog, adventureclubinteractive was once upon a time, just a club.

the format has not changed much since matrimony. as always the members had weekly assignments in creative writing and photography. the difference is that completed assignments were shared once a week at live, face to face, in person adventureclub meetings. completed projects were touchable, tangible, physical works for the sharing and comparing with one another. when adventureclub went interactive, work had to be shared, compared and displayed on the website.

the creators of adventureclubinteractive always try to continue the organic exchange of their masterpieces when it is not possible to meet in person. adventureclub may have gained a last name but it always has its roots without one.


sentence exchange #3. by- theStephALA

SentEX-emblems of a

they used to be emblems of counterculture- as forums for the exchange of ideas or places to pick up a few if you are in short supply.


they used to be emblems of counterculture…libraries…books…i think they continue to be emblems of a counter culture.  does anyone read anymore?  real, tangible, touchable books?  this is a great place to pick up some new ideas.  check it out.

sentence exchange #3. by- adventureclubviral

sentence exchange #3

they used to be emblems of counterculture- as forums for the exchange of ideas or places to pick up a few if you are in short supply.


i took great pleasure in matching my photograph with this sentence. positioning of objects can mean everything in a picture. the building quality social is some sort of meeting place: coffee shop or bar, speakeasy or community center. the windows like mirrors, reflect only distortion.  used to be that you could look in on people sharing good times in here. two gentlemen, deciding where to sit down for the rest of their conversation, gesture past quality social and decide on the culture comforts of starbucks.

totem exchange assignment

the totem exchange assignment


adventureclubviral —> totem —-> theStephALA


theStephALA —> totem —> adventureclubviral


this weeks assignment requires you to exchange a totem with a fellow seeker. brainstorm and browse around for one item- a totem–  an emblem, a symbol, on object that you will give to your fellow seeker for one week. similarly, tell your fellow seeker to find one for you in exchange. the totem should be fairly portable and relatively innocuous. keep the totem as close as your camera and aim to take one photograph involving your totem each day of the week. consider a theme of some sort that ties your totem photos together. write a caption or a description for each photo.

  • consider the many uses of your totem and how it can be depicted. consider posting your totem in disguise (where is waldo?) and practice with out of focus camera or editing features or taking “busy” pictures where the totem is not so obvious.
  • didn’t find a fellow seeker to participate? who cares! go find your own totem and participate all the same! or email adventureclubinteractive@gmail.com and we will be your fellow seeker and assign you a totem.
  • please submit your totem exchange assignments daily or at the end of the week in totality only by email to adventureclubinteractive@gmail.com and we will consider your masterpieces as showcase work on our featured seeker share page.