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    Open Glass Doors is a group art exhibition held over one dynamic weekend in May, at The Kings Hall, Edinburgh. The exhibition was a project of Co… Read More
    Open Glass Doors is a group art exhibition held over one dynamic weekend in May, at The Kings Hall, Edinburgh. The exhibition was a project of Community Church Edinburgh who’s aim is to help emerging artists and also raise money for The Africa Fund and the renovation of The Kings Hall, which would include a permanent gallery space and cafe. I co-organised/founded the exhibition and was in charge of all the design and promotion for the event, curating and liasing with the artists, plus exhibiting photography and sculpture as an artist both years. For the identity of the now annual event I chose to use photographic imagery from the building’s patterned glass windows, linking to the building in which the exhibition was raising money for. 10,000 postcards and 200 A3 posters were distributed around Edinburgh’s bars, cafes and culture hot-spots, with 1000 private view invitation, a large advertisement appearing in the Artmag (Edinburgh Gallery Guide) and a large canvas banner displayed out the front of the Kings Hall. Both exhibitions were highly successful, attracting a large, varied audience of people with lots of artwork being sold, and now has become and annual event, with over 30 talented artists and stall holders exhibiting their work. Read Less
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Open Glass Doors is a group art exhibition held over one dynamic weekend in May, at The Kings Hall, Edinburgh. The exhibition was a project of Community Church Edinburgh who’s aim is to help emerging artists and also raise money for The Africa Fund and the renovation of The Kings Hall, which would include a permanent gallery space and cafe. I co-organised/founded the exhibition and was in charge of all the design and promotion for the event, curating and liasing with the artists, plus exhibiting photography and sculpture as an artist both years. For the identity of the now annual event I chose to use photographic imagery from the building’s patterned glass windows, linking to the building in which the exhibition was raising money for. 10,000 postcards and 200 A3 posters were distributed around Edinburgh’s bars, cafes and culture hot-spots, with 1000 private view invitation, a large advertisement appearing in the Artmag (Edinburgh Gallery Guide) and a large canvas banner displayed out the front of the Kings Hall. Both exhibitions were highly successful, attracting a large, varied audience of people with lots of artwork being sold, and now has become and annual event, with over 30 talented artists and stall holders exhibiting their work.