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The role of the curator

Tracey Emin says the process of curating isn’t just about what looks good with this or that. There must be ‘an ethos – a theory – behind it; something you want to change. 113 more words


It's on, baby.

The summer of art has begun. Along with the heat comes some extreme art events. I hope to see you there!

Currently in progress is the grand opening exhibit of the… 283 more words


Call out for another Bridge Lounge #exhibition #London #londonphotogallery #photography

We have secured another six months exhibition in the prestigious wine bar/restaurant Bridge Lounge (London Bridge area) from August 2015- your images will be viewed by hundreds of people everyday, and not only will this increase your exposure but we also had a number of sales in the previous exhibition we held there last year. 99 more words


Class of 2015

As per usual on Opening Night at Sussex Coast College Hastings it was chock full of visitors and packed with all manner of quality art and design and my camera was nowhere to be seen as I was on the hospitality desk!  140 more words

MILSPRAY Exhibiting at the 29th Annual Police Security Expo in Atlantic City, NJ

Chantel Robinson has years of leadership experience in marketing, project management and brand development. Since joining the company in 2011, she has increased MILSPRAY’s exposure within the Department of Defense while leading technology demonstrations at the Pentagon, the Army Rapid Equipping Force (REF), the US Marine Corps Expeditionary Forward Operating Base (Ex-FOB) and other high profile military events. 504 more words

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Printing Onto Color Fabric!

For years we have been painting logos and text onto color fabric because it as the “only way” to get those images onto giant inflatables and giant balloons… 96 more words

Event Signage And Banners

Rejections in New Directions

The other day I opened my email inbox to find one of those R-word letters; the dreaded rejection letter. All artists deal with rejection more or less if they choose to open the studio door and let the little beasts they’ve been nurturing out into the scary art world all on their own. 376 more words