Art Exhibition Class

Exhibition Planning &
Gallery Management
LINKS BELOW
 

Catalogs | http://www.blurb.com

bwayne@WSFinancials.com

 

Catalogs will need to be produced for shows that you propose and which are accepted for exhibition.

 

We will also be designing two catalogs a term for the shows that we help to organize and install for our midterm and final. 

 

These include documenting the work, the exhibition, the opening, the artist statements and any other subsequent material that supports the exhibition, such as grants, awards, and other forms of institutional support.

 

The winnes of the Nathan Cummings award as well as our juried undergrdaute and Gradaute shows are an honor to work with and represent a significant opportunity to document and promote the great work being made here at ASU. They also serve as part of our way to let future students see the past accomplishments of fellow alumni and let visitors to campus get a quick overview of the amazing work that goes on here. 

Postcards | https://www.gotprint.com​

https://web.archive.org/web/20160417181011/http://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/faculty/resources/communications/design_templates.php

 

Making show cards with a clean and clear design that effectively communicates the exhibition idea through both imagery and text is an essential skill for planning an exhibition.

 

Finding new places to post them on and off campus with approved stamps and remembering to take them down after an exhibition is essential for getting the word out about our programming

POSTERS | Herberger templates 

https://web.archive.org/web/20160417181011/http://herbergerinstitute.asu.edu/faculty/resources/communications/design_templates.php

 

You will need to know how to access the Herberger template website and how to map exhibition posters in either photoshop or illustrator. 

 

The instructions for photoshop can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bzea3GM9yWQaNDdwS3J6Qjl6ZjA/view

 

The instructions for illustrator can be found here: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1TPetSqJc_WXpeqQAyD-zhNZV7XBG9pt6u6afd3tl59k/edit#slide=id.p3

 

Making posters with a clean and clear design that effectively communicate the exhibition idea through both imagery and text is an essential skill for planning an exhibition. 

 

Finding new places to post them on and off campus with approved stamps and remembering to take them down after an exhibition is essential for getting the word out about our programming. 

Open Call Proposals | Post at The Arts Beacon http://www.theartsbeacon.com/calls-for-art.html 

cbarton@WSFinancials.com

 

Making open call posters with a clean and clear design that effectively communicate the exhibition idea through both imagery and text is an essential skill for planning an exhibition. 

 

Finding new places to post them on and off campus with approved stamps and remembering to take them down after an exhibition is essential for getting the word out about our programming. 

DESIGN RESOURCES

Working with ASU Templates for posters, postcards, catalogs and much more is part of this course. 

 

Below you will find links, how-to guides and examples of past work. 

 

These are to help get you familar with the process of designing as we go. 

Course Overview > Proposals

 

During the term you will work on a number of proposals including your own, as well as helping to advertise the porposals of others. 

 

This includes creating posters, postcards, e-mail blasts, press, and even catalogs if your show is accepted. 

 

Below are the links you'll need to create great supporting materials for proposals. 

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