Final Days of my SALA Exhibition

For those wondering about my photography exhibition , and for those who weren’t aware, my solo-SALA-exhibition is going well.
If you want to visit me, I’m camped most days (though not today {Fri 13th August 2010}) at Stall 141, upstairs in the Adelaide Arcade.

Here are a few photographs showing my stall from front to back:

My SALA Stall - Front of House Panorama by Stephen Mitchell, on Flickr

My SALA Stall - Back Corner Panorama by Stephen Mitchell, on Flickr

My SALA Stall - Card Collection by Stephen Mitchell, on Flickr

SALA ends on August 22nd, but my stall is only available until this Sunday (August 14th).
Since it is almost at an end, I will begin writing my wrap-up article over the coming weekend. It will include many more photographs of the stall, the arcade, the other ‘artists in residence’, and other interesting facts.

My Exhibition: "Lines on the Horizon"

Did I not tell my Redbubble friends?: I am exhibiting my photography during the SALA Festival !…

For the next 14 days, from July 31st till the 14th August, I am an ‘artist in residence’ at Stall-141, upstairs in the Adelaide Arcade (between Grenfell Street and Rundle Mall, Adelaide CBD).
Displaying 20 framed 20×16″ photographs of seascapes shot around Kangaroo Island , plus an assortment of cards of each image, it is great fun to meet’n’greet with lots of amazing and interesting people.

You missed the launch last Friday night (31st July, 6-9pm)! We had delectable chocolates, white and red wine, plus over 150 people who were willing to critique, comment and consume the ambience and alcohol.

I’d love for you to visit. I’m in the stall every day of the week between 10.00am and 5..30pm-ish. Ri

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Running Sheet for Exhibitions

Looking for a ‘check list’ or ‘running sheet’ for your next exhibition? Thanks to the power of, and a spare hour on a Saturday afternoon of sporadic rain, I found a few PDF’s that should help you:…

EDITED 27.Dec.2009 : Two links removed as they are dead. I welcome people to add links to other PDF’s that help people to organise events, exhibitions and galleries for Artwork.

Running, Promoting and Organsing your Event
… Page 1 to 17 have great information on setting up and ensuring your t’s are crossed and i’s are dotted. Page 18 to 20 are the pages you want to print!

Club/Association Management Program
… This is a most extensive booklet (36 pages) outlining EVERYTHING about exhibition running. Whilst it is aimed at sport clubs, the information is easily transferable to anyone’s e

Idea: Change Default to Least Expensive

Suggestion of the day to RB Admin. If any other exhibitors disagree or agree with my idea, please comment here!

I’d prefer the default when opening the ‘purchase cart’ to be on the cards (the least expensive item) rather than framed options. This might seem mad, but there are two reasons:

1. We prefer more sales, rather than none at all. Some people may balk at the prices of these framed images – even though they are fair and reasonable!! So let them see the cards first. Some people may prefer to purchase 50x$5 cards than purchase a $250 framed image.

2. I had someone say, “Hang on, this says ‘From $3’ – but I don’t see anything under a $100.” They simply didn’t see the choices of frames, canvas, etc. They arrived at the first screen and figured that was all there was.

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