Only one week to go until the exhibition officially opens! This exhibition is part of OUSA’s Art Week celebration.
Check it out in The Link at the University of Otago from the 10-14 August.
If you’ve ever lived in a named flat in Dunedin, I’d love to hear all about it.
… this time in two weeks the exhibition will be all ready to view – the opening of “My Flat Your Flat Our Place” is on the 10th August at 6pm, so if you’re in Dunedin town, pop along to The Link at the University of Otago (Cumberland St near Albany St corner).
I’m off to bed after a productive evening of getting all the print copy formatted and signed off for the exhibition. Big thanks to Steve for all your help 😀
I had an email from a Radio NZ reporter who wants to have a chat about flats sometime – sounds interesting. I’m up for it.
I also had a great chat with Mark from Auto Art in Dunedin who may be producing the exhibition titles – 4m of bright orange coolness. I can’t wait to see it!
We are so on schedule for the 10th August. Bring it on.
Thanks Frogprints for the photos and Lin Klenner for the materials for mounting the photos! We’re nearly all there for the exhibition. The postcard designs have been signed off and the poster is nearly there. Thanks Mel Opie for the design work.
Three weeks to go before the opening of My Flat Your Flat Our Place at OUSA Art Week on 10th August, 6pm in The Link at the University of Otago.
I’m extremely happy, excited and grateful to announce the major sponsor of this exhibition is Frogprints.
Frogprints print digital photos but that’s not all. Check out their wide range of photo products. Make sure you come to the exhibition in person as there just might be some Frogprints freebies for you to enjoy!
DRAFT postcard for the exhibition. It’d be great to hear what you think of these.
Check out info about the up coming exhibtion in The Link at OUSA Art Week 10-14 August.
I’ve got the label text sorted and the first block panel of text. I’m feeling good about it. Quietly confident.
There’s still a few things to stitch up – like signage and processing of the photos. The mounting of the photos has been sponsored by Lin Klenner – Gilder, for which I am very grateful.
The exhibition is part of OUSA Art Week, 10-14 August in the Link (between the Union and library buildings), at University of Otago.
The other half of the long wall leading up to the cafe. I’m able to use the notice board for posters.