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So I got an oppruntumity to a group show,  multi media.. But it's gotta be ready by Oct 4th.. I'm thinking I know enough people who can contribute but itll probably lack s specific theme which can aslo be used to our benifit.. Any ideas, suggestions.. 

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3 hours ago, IOU_ONE said:

So I got an oppruntumity to a group show,  multi media.. But it's gotta be ready by Oct 4th.. I'm thinking I know enough people who can contribute but itll probably lack s specific theme which can aslo be used to our benifit.. Any ideas, suggestions.. 

This the dream for alot of artists. Dont let someone else have all your fun for you. 

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That's not a lot of prep time... I'd look at the Beyond the Streets show and rip all their ideas off... Collections are a big hit these days. 

 

I'd throw together a wall of old paint cans if you were local to me.

 

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What is "Multi media"? Is it that the style or materials used can be anything? Like, could you mix a video installation with a framed abstract work?

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On 8/26/2018 at 3:43 PM, delv said:

What is "Multi media"? Is it that the style or materials used can be anything? Like, could you mix a video installation with a framed abstract work?

Canvas, photos, whatever can be done...

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Cool.

 

I've done some shows and it always helps to have some kind of theme....even if that theme is about the physical size (eg. all works are A4) or certain style (eg. all works are BLACK in colour) or seasonal (eg. Winter). It gives artists a little bit to go on to try and interpret the theme.

 

There was a recent show I had work in where the theme was Winter. I used a lot of grey colour and so did a bunch of other people. But grey-blue was also popular. Made the show really cohesive.

 

Personally, I feel the tight timeframe is a bonus as it's a strict deadline and gets people motivated knowing their work will be on display really soon.

 

Good luck!

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