This week Richie and I are celebrating a special milestone - one year of podcasting! We had grand plans for a fancy episode but when the time rolled around we were up to our eyeballs in exhibition prep!
If you’ve ever had an exhibition, you probably know what I am talking about. Frantically finishing things, painting edges, varnishing, trying to think of titles, printing labels and so on.
To be honest, we got so swept up in exhibition madness, this podcast almost didn’t happen at all! It was only at 9pm, the night before my SALA exhibition installation that we managed to turn the microphones on and have a conversation. Needless to say, we were a bit tired but what better time to talk about exhibitions than when you are right in the thick of it!
We hope that you enjoy the conversation and that it might just be the gentle nudge you need to fill out that exhibition application form!
Laura’s SALA Exhibition
‘Beneath the Surface’
1 - 31 August 2019
Local Crowd Cafe, 14 The Strand, Colonel Light Gardens, South Australia
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