The Power of In-Situ Photos for Online Art Presentation
Photo: "Stone Time," mixed-media digital collage by Sarah Bush
February 8, 2017
Artists and their representatives often want to reach audiences beyond those who can see their work in person. This frequently involves sharing images of art online, via social media or websites; guest blogger Carolyn Edlund offers suggestions for making these virtual displays strong and compelling, including the use of in-situ images.
The Riverside Gallery at the Cambridge Community Center
September 19, 2016
We are so pleased to announce this year’s ArtsUp award recipients, who were selected based on their unique and effective approach to encouraging arts in their community. This year’s awardees are all dedicated to providing access to the power of creative expression – both for artists and community members.
See how a few simple techniques can maximize the effectiveness of any art hanging system, and prevent artworks from tilting, leaning or "floating" away from the wall - and get a look at a great display of visual materials at the new Butler Home Products company headquarters.
In the Media: Art Hanging for Art Fairs & Open Studios
June 6, 2016
Planning for an open studio, art fair, or other event? In an article on the Luminous Landscape photography site, Gallery System provides some tips for creating effective displays that will attract and engage your attendee audience.