Oral Presentation Surfaces and Strategies PHO703
I reported in Week 11 the learnings from a dry run of my exhibition versus portable facsimile that allows to carry the exhibition to audiences where my work receives almost constant attention in a number of social situations.
Although I sound like I prefer the accessibility of the portable exhibition, I have a full eight day run of studio exhibition to learn more about context. I do have a challenge in managing the building as well as the exhibition.
Announcements have gone out on social media channels to the wider area in which it is taking place. Notices have gone out to two local photography societies, one of which has its own exhibition running that I’ll need to attend. Lets see if it is a clash or a strength – I imagine the two exhibitions will support each other. I was invited to the other.
Of course on social media channels I’ve gone live across Instagram and several Facebook groups.
Here is the shape of the announcement with details:
Landings 2019 exhibition at Amersham Photographic Studios 16 Aug – 24 Aug 2019
social media tag #landings2019
“Landings” is a collection of current work by students and staff of the Online MA Photography course at Falmouth University.
Michael Turner is displaying a portfolio of work titled GLOW
In this work, the characteristic glow we emit in healing and repair helps me identify with ancestors who perished in a Great War …
Please do drop in for the exhibition Rear of 15, The Penningtons, Amersham HP6 6EJ
Opening party Friday 16 August 18:30 – 20:30
Saturday 17 August 19:00 – 21:00
Sunday 18 August to Saturday 24 August 12:00 – 15:00
Note: stair access only.